114th Business Lunch

13th September 2023 from 12:15pm — 3:00pm • Painter Stainers' Hall, 9 Little Trinity Ln, London EC4V 2AD

Please note that bookings are now closed.

Guest Speaker
Emma Douglas – Aviva, Managing Director of Workplace Savings
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Emma Douglas Joined Aviva in 2021 as Managing Director of Workplace Savings business, with the accountability to deliver the best possible outcome for over 4 million customers/members and their £95bn of assets as they save for and access savings in later life. Emma is also the Chair of the Pensions & Lifetime Savings Association; having previously chaired the PLSA’s Policy Board since 2018. Before Joining Aviva, Emma was Head of DC at Legal & General Investment Management, where she was primarily responsible for developing LGIM’s DC business and Investment Strategy. She Joined LGIM in 2014 from Mercer where she held the position of Partner and Head of Mercer Workplace Savings. Previous roles in Emma’s career include the Head of DC Sales at BlackRock and Head of DC Pensions at Threadneedle Investments. All told, Emma has more than 20 years of experience in the investment management industry. She graduated from Trinity College, Oxford, and holds an MBA from Manchester Business School via a Women in Management Scholarship from the Guardian.

Venue

Painter Stainers’ Hall, 9 Little Trinity Ln, London EC4V 2AD

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The earliest reference to the property is dated 1375, citing a building between Hoggen Lane and Trinity Lane, and it was this property, probably a Medieval timber framed building that was acquired in 1504 for £30 by John Browne and conveyed to a number of his brother Paynter-Stayners in 1532, and was first described as “Paynters Hall” in 1549. The Great Fire of London in 1666 destroyed most of the building. Re-building after the Great Fire was completed in 1670, followed by various improvements and additions in 1671-74. Early in the morning of 11 May 1941, after a night of fires all around the area, Painters’ Hall was again destroyed by fire. It seems apt that the Arms of the Painter-Stainers depict a phoenix, when twice in its history the Hall has been raised by fire only for a new Hall to rise again from the ashes. It re-opened on 8 June 1961.

Tickets £115 (inc VAT)

Dress: Business Attire 

To book your place, please log into the Members’ Portal by Wednesday 30 August 2023. Refunds will not be issued after this date.

Prospective members, please email mellissa@wcit.org.uk

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