South Yorkshire Pensions Group Summer Social BBQ

18th May 2018

With summer just around the corner, The South Yorkshire Pensions Group (SYPG) are delighted to invite you to join them for their BBQ social event on Thursday 14th June.

This is a great opportunity to network in a relaxed environment with others in the field of occupational pensions including trustees, employers and professionals from the South Yorkshire region. The event will include a selection of BBQ favourites and a complimentary drink - all we require now is the sunshine! Following on from the successful Gin Tasting in February, we are looking forward to another enjoyable event so hope to see you there. About South Yorkshire Pensions Group. The South Yorkshire Pensions Group was formed in 2015 by people who have an interest and involvement in various capacities with corporate pension arrangements in the South Yorkshire/Sheffield City Region. The Group's objectives are to share knowledge, provide informed and relevant seminars to trustees, companies and professionals in relation to corporate pensions, as well as encouraging greater networking amongst them.

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