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Freshfields on Corporate Pensions Law 2015

Authors: David Pollard, Charles Magoffin and Dawn Heath

ISBN: 9781780435558

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Edition: 1st

Publisher: Bloomsbury Professional

Law As Stated At: 3 January 2015

Freshfields on Corporate Pensions Law 2015

Freshfields on Corporate Pensions Law 2015

"...major, thorough work.... accessible, not unduly legalistic but authoritative..."

Occupational Pensions, May 2015

Freshfields on Corporate Pensions Law equips readers with a comprehensive and detailed exposition of corporate pension rights and obligations.

Containing 'bite-sized' analysis of salient topics such as funding, employer debt, corporate transactions, conflicts of interest, investment issues and other important areas of corporate pensions law, this single title from Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer provides insight and advice on every area of corporate pensions law.

About the authors

David Pollard is a solicitor and a consultant with Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer LLP. A former Chair of the Association of Pension Lawyers (APL), he was for 25 years a partner in Freshfields specialising in pensions, employment and insolvency law. He advised companies on issues ranging from the setting up and funding of pension schemes to the impact of corporate insolvencies and transactions. He also acted for trustees, advising them generally, including on restructurings, funding, company proposals, disputes, and queries from pension scheme members. He has twice (1998 and 2015) been awarded the Wallace Medal by the APL for excellence in communicating pension issues.

Charles Magoffin is a highly regarded expert in the field of pensions and employment law. He is a partner with Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer in London and serves on the APL International Committee.

Dawn Heath is a Partner with Freshfields, Bruckhaus Deringer. She advises employers, trustees and financial institutions on all aspects of pensions law, with a particular focus on UK defined benefit pension schemes and their associated challenges.

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