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Former executive chair of HMRC to speak at the Payroll & Reward Conference

Sir Edward Troup, former executive chair of HMRC, will be a keynote speaker at the Payroll & Reward Conference 2018.

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Troup retired in December 2017 after 13 years at HMRC, and was knighted in the 2018 New Year Honours.


The conference is running in partnership with The Learn Centre and takes place in London between June 6 and 7.


Covering core strategic issues such as Brexit, the gender pay gap reporting and pension freedoms, this future-focussed conference is guaranteed to be thought provoking.


There will also be core updates from the Pensions Regulator, ACAS, Addison Lee and Royal Mail, which will cover key changes facing the payroll and rewards sector. To view the full agenda, click here.


The conference will be followed by the Reward 300 Gala Dinner, a formal event revealing the 300 most influential people within payroll and reward.


Buy tickets for the conference and gala dinner here or to nominate for The Reward 300 click here.


If you would like to get involved in the conference there are opportunities to become a speaker (call 020 7940 4835) or sponsor the conference.

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