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The government has published its response to the ‘Freedom and choice in pensions’ consultation. Individuals aged 55 or over will be able to access their entire DC pension flexibly.
Extension of the sanctions relief provided for in the Joint Plan of Action between the P5+1 and the Islamic Republic of Iran
On 18 July 2014, the P5+1 (the US, the UK, Germany, France, Russia and China) agreed with Iran to extend their commitments under the Joint Plan of Action.
This year is expected to be a bumper year for pension risk transfer in the UK.
The OFAC has imposed a new set of ‘sectoral sanctions’ against two Russian energy firms and two Russian banks pursuant to Executive Order 13662.
The high number of companies eyeing acquisitions or ventures that will allow them to redomicile their business in the UK and Ireland is a major theme of this report.
The Court of Appeal has outlined the approach that should be taken by the court when a party seeks relief from a sanction that has been imposed for a failure to comply with any rule or court order.
Money purchase deconstructed: working with the new definition — a checklist for trustees and administrators
The definition of money purchase benefits is changing, as are the rules on how schemes are required to deal with any benefit that becomes classified as a ‘non-money purchase’.
Despite the progress that has been made towards launching the European unitary patent system and the Unified Patent Court, Spain continues to actively oppose the changes.
High Court allows application for permission to bring judicial review proceedings relating to the jurisdiction of the FOS
Sarah Hitchins considers the High Court’s decision to allow an application for permission to bring judicial review proceedings relating to the jurisdiction of the FOS.
A new act makes changes to the legal framework of occupational pensions for employees, self-employed individuals and self-employed company leaders.
Allen & Overy has commissioned independent research into how the delivery of legal services is changing around the world.
The New Blue Guide updates the ‘Guide to the implementation of directives based on the New Approach and the Global Approach’ published in 2000.
The late, great Ken Wolstenholme, if asked about the House of Commons Treasury Committee Report on Private Finance 21, could well say the same for PF2.
This article considers the key changes in the Brussels Regulation (recast) for commercial parties.
The mid-year trends in global antitrust enforcement paint a daunting picture for businesses currently caught in the crosshairs of a cartel investigation.
Following the 2008 financial crisis, there has been greater focus by commercial parties on dispute resolution provisions in transaction documents.
While the European Timber Regulation dates back to 2010, it only took direct effect in member states last year.
Good faith and employee communications — landmark ruling in IBM UK Holdings Ltd and IBM UK Ltd v Dalgleish and others
Employers undertaking pension scheme benefit change processes need to give careful consideration to the overall impression they give and to member expectations.
This report considers the FCA’s decision to fine Invesco Perpetual for failings relating to fund management and for exposing investors to high levels of risk.
HMRC’s policy on reclaiming VAT on investment management and other costs remains under review in the light of two recent decisions from the CJEU.