Alternative investments by pension schemes: avoiding the legal pitfalls

Pension scheme trustees are increasingly encouraged to consider alternative investments as a means of delivering returns and diversifying their portfolios. A wide range of opportunities is available - but alternative investments present different legal risks which should be understood and addressed before signing up to new investments.

Against this background, at our next half-day pension seminar experts from the Hogan Lovells pensions, real estate, banking and corporate teams, together with a guest speaker from Aon Hewitt, will consider the legal aspects of alternative investments for pension schemes.

Topics covered will include:

  • Introduction to alternative investment
  • Reacting to trends in limited partnership investments
  • Hedge fund investment
  • Investing in residential property (including student accommodation, private rented sector (PRS), build to rent (BTR), and care homes)
  • Direct lending
  • Investing in infrastructure assets
  • European requirements in relation to investment in derivatives.

The seminar will be informal, with refreshments available throughout. Click here to register your interest in attending the event.

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Target audience

The seminar is aimed at trustees and sponsoring employers of occupational pension schemes but their advisers are welcome as well. There will be no charge for this seminar.

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