We have one of the largest and most established standalone pensions teams in the UK. Everyone in our team is a pensions specialist and together with colleagues in our employment, banking and finance, restructuring and insolvency, dispute resolution, corporate, regulatory, funds and indirect real estate and investment teams, we can provide expert advice on every aspect of pensions.
Chambers Directory 2012 described the team as ‘responsive, robust and practical’.
Our Pensions Law Handbook is now in its 10th edition.
Our existing clients range from the trustees of multi-billion-pound occupational schemes, local authorities, contractors and major employers to in-house lawyers and other law firms.
We deliver clear, pragmatic advice with concrete recommendations and provide value for money by managing your expectations throughout a project and identifying key issues early on. Unlike many other pensions teams, we only spend a small proportion of our time supporting our corporate colleagues on transactions. However, we are commercially aware lawyers and understand the high value of, and risks attached to, pensions issues whether we are advising trustees or sponsoring employers.
The access to other specialist teams within the firm gives us a depth of knowledge across a wide range of pensions areas, including advising upon complex investment vehicles, outsourcing, contingent assets, and group restructurings.
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