Our specialist pension lawyers provide accurate, clear direction on a full range of issues concerning pension funds, both in the public and private sectors.
"A pleasure to work with and very knowledgeable, and anticipates issues for clients before they become problems - proactive and pragmatic"– Chambers & Partners and Legal 500
We guide you through every stage and legislative challenge. Whether advice to trustees and sponsors of pension plans, support to projects in corporate finance, the provision and management of public sector pensions or specialist pension plans (for example considering SIPPs or other small schemes).
We work collaboratively with HR departments and directors on the management of auto-enrolment obligations, restructuring the benefits for workplace pensions, scheme mergers, reconstructions and terminations, as well as leading on pensions disputes and litigation. Many of our pensions experts hold pension trustee appointments as well as having been recognised for their extensive knowledge through the publication of articles and books.
Combining innovative, sustainable advice with topical governance expertise and tailored training our nationally recognised pensions team applies its knowledge and industry experience to your individual circumstances and needs.
In our monthly update, Pensions Insights, we give you our take on the latest highlights in the world of pensions law and policy.
If you have any queries about any of the issues covered, or you require advice on a pensions related matter, please do not hesitate to get in touch with your usual DWF contact, or reach out to one of the contacts mentioned below.
The Pensions Regulator (TPR) has now provided welcome clarification on some of the key issues affecting employers and their pensions obligations in light of the COVID-19 outbreak.
The Government's Job Retention Scheme put in place in response to the COVID-19 outbreak is a welcome help for employers and employees alike – but what impact does it have on pensions provision? We discuss the importance for employers still striving to meet their pensions obligations during these difficult times, along with the issues The Pensions Regulator (TPR) has considered with regard to COVID-19.
The worsening of the health emergency involving the entire Italian territory and the inevitable related impact on the national economic system have led to the approval of measures necessary to support, among other things, the two main players of the entrepreneurial scenario.
This article outlines what we expect that the Chancellor, Rishi Sunak, will include within the Wage Subsidy to be announced today. It looks at what other Governments have done and what the UK might implement.
Listen to our webinar where we will discuss the main challenges facing employers during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
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