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Eversheds has announced new senior office partner roles for the firm’s London, Newcastle, Nottingham and Cardiff offices. The changes will take effect as of 1 May 2014.
According to Francois Barker, head of pensions at Eversheds, the increased flexibility of new UK pensions changes announced in the 2014 Budget may not be available to all.
Eversheds believes the proposed new Institutions for Occupational Retirement Provision (IORP) Directive is far too detailed and prescriptive.
Eversheds has appointed pensions lawyer Steven Hull as a partner in its London headquarters.
Ben Jones, tax expert at Eversheds, has commented on concerns that the introduction of an EU-wide financial transactions tax could hit UK savers.
Francois Barker, head of pensions at Eversheds, has commented on the UK Office of Fair Trading’s decision not to refer DC pensions to the Competition Commission.
Eversheds believes VAT recovery changes offer an opportunity for employers and pension funds to review arrangements.
Francois Barker of Eversheds has said the delay in imposing a cap on DC default fund charges will ‘hopefully give the government time to get it right’.
Eversheds’ Pensions Agenda summarises 10 key issues that UK pension plans and plan sponsors need to be aware of.
Eversheds has launched an online auto-enrolment compliance tool for employers that are due to reach their auto-enrolment staging date in 2014 and beyond.
Eversheds has commented on a DWP paper that sets out proposals to cap the charges levied by default funds under qualifying DC schemes.
Eversheds’ Gary Delderfield has commented on the Fair Deal guidance issued by HM Treasury following a review of the existing Fair Deal guidance.
The Fair Deal sets out the principles that will ensure that staff compulsorily transferred out of the public sector will continue to have access to their existing public service pension schemes.
Employers and pension scheme trustees will need to consider how they will treat same-sex married couples in respect of survivors’ benefits under their scheme.
From this date, anyone reaching age 65 will not be entitled to a state pension until they reach age 66.
The results are in from Eversheds’ ‘Automatic Enrolment One Year On’ survey.