Pension Reform in China: What Should Be Done & How Can the UK Help?

Date: Monday, 10th November 2014
Time: 16.00-17.00
Venue: Room S, Portcullis House, House of Commons

Chaired by Richard Graham MP (Chairman of the APPCG)

Guest speaker Stuart Leckie OBE (Chairman of Stirling Finance)

The APPCG and APPPG are delighted to welcome Stuart Leckie OBE, Chairman of Stirling Finance, to brief the groups and interested participants on the crucial topic of Pension Reform in China: the progress made in recent years, the problems that still exist, and the opportunities available for the UK.

Stuart Leckie OBE was founding Chairman of the Hong Kong Retirement Schemes Association, and has acted as an advisor to the Chinese Government on pension reforms. He has previously served as the Chairman of Watson Wyatt (now Towers Watson) in Asia-Pacific, and as Chairman of Fidelity Investments, Asia-Pacific, and is the co-author of ‘Investment Funds in China’ and ‘Pension Funds in China’.

For a summary of the event, including presentation slides, please click here.