Central Bank recognition of IIPM Qualification

Graduates enjoy well paid, professionally rewarding careers

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The MIIPM syllabus is recognised by the Financial Regulator and is a stepping stone to full Associate Membership (AIIPM).

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Founded in 1990, the primary objective of the Irish Institute of Pensions Management (IIPM) is to promote professional standards amongst those working in the field of pensions, with education being central to the achievement of this objective. Today, we pride ourselves on the high quality and relevance of our qualifications and services. In turn, employers recognise the value of the IIPM's qualifications and have benefited from the increased expertise of their staff.

There have been many developments in pensions in recent years as a result of domestic and international influences. Legislative changes, increased emphasis on governance and compliance, products developments and European Union influences means that pension practitioners must work harder to keep informed.

The IIPM education programmes are relevant and rewarding for both students and employers. Students will have a clear path to follow as they progress through their pension careers.

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Central Bank of Ireland recognised qualifications


The Irish Institute of Pensions Management (IIPM) is delighted to inform you about a range of exciting programmes which have been developed to respond to the changing needs of the pensions industry and the requirements of the Central Bank. These programmes have been developed in consultation with industry and reflect the needs of pensions professionals working at all levels in the industry and the expectations of employers.

At APT, we encourage a culture of continuous improvement including professional educational programmes.  The Membership and Associate level IIPM qualification not only promote an increased expertise in our staff but also outline the professional standards required to progress their careers.

Vincent Boyle , Chief Executive of Allied Pension Trustees