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Industry Experts Offer Advice on Cyber Threats and Imminent Pension Crisis

Free business seminar focusing on the UK and global economies

A TEAM of industry experts is coming together to provide an overview of the UK economy with speakers discussing recent cyber security breaches, impending pension threats and the performance of global investment markets.

Quantum Advisory is hosting the Breakfast Seminar on Thursday, 13 July at the Celtic Manor Twenty Ten Clubhouse and will have specialist speakers breaking down recent economic episodes and forecasting what could be coming next.

Chris Heirene, Partner and Head of Information Security at Quantum Advisory, will review a recent cyber security breach as a case study for incident management and provide simple steps all organisations can undertake to create a cyber security framework to minimise the chance of a breach occurring.

Paul Francis, Principal Investment Consultant at Quantum Advisory, will focus on how investment markets and UK and global economies have been performing and provide an insight into what could happen over the short to medium term.

Stuart Price, Partner and Actuary at Quantum Advisory, will conclude the event by advising on the potential pension crisis that could arise due to an ageing population, the decline in defined benefit pension schemes and inadequate defined contribution pension savings. Stuart will explore ways this could be averted.

The event is free to attend for all professionals including those in finance, HR and pensions as well as individuals with an interest in the featured topics. Registration and pre-networking starts at 8am, with the seminar covering 8.30am to 9.45am, followed by refreshments and networking. To book your complimentary space email [email protected].

For more information about Quantum Advisory please visit quantumadvisory.co.uk.

 

Image (L-R): Paul Francis, Chris Heirene and Stuart Price