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Adams v Options in the Court of Appeal: Good and bad news for SIPP providers?

The Court of Appeal judgment, partially allowing Mr Adams’ appeal, has specific practical implications for SIPP providers
20 April 2021

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Webinar on-demand: Cyber Security and Pension Schemes

In this on-demand webinar, we focus on how to mitigate the effects of the significant cyber crime threats facing the pensions industry today
08 April 2021

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Burges Salmon shortlisted in Pensions Age Awards 2021

Burges Salmon is nominated for the ‘Pensions Law Firm of the Year’ accolade at this year’s Pensions Age Awards
01 April 2021

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Burges Salmon advises Clarks on restructuring of debt facilities

Burges Salmon has advised international shoe retailer C&J Clark Limited on the restructuring of its debt facilities
12 March 2021

PPF re-certification: EU contingent assets

If you are re-certifying a contingent asset where the provider is EU domiciled, the PPF may require a new legal opinion from your EU lawyer
09 March 2021

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Burges Salmon advises Silentnight Trustees in TPR action

The firm has advised the Trustees of the Group’s DB Scheme. The Pensions Regulator has issued a press release stating “TPR agrees £25m settlement with owners of Silentnight”
04 March 2021

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Pensions Law Newsletter February 2021

In our latest newsletter, we consider some of the developments of the previous few months and turn our minds to what is likely to be on agendas this year
22 February 2021

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Webinar on-demand: Pensions Law - Planning and prioritising for 2021

In this on-demand webinar, we discuss what really needs to be dealt with now and what can wait
08 February 2021

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Webinar on-demand: Planning in unpredictable times - helping pensions trustees stay ahead

In our latest pensions law webinar, in association with LCP, we look at how pension scheme trustees can plan ahead to protect their schemes
26 November 2020

GMP equalisation simplified - time for a 'knock for knock' DB transfer policy?

In the wake of the recent Lloyds 2 judgment, Richard Knight explores ways to simplify GMP Equalisation
25 November 2020

Rectification of scheme rules – now a ‘settled’ area of law?

This article considers the judgment in SPS Technologies Ltd v Moitt and the development of the subjective intention test after the FSHC and Univar cases
29 October 2020

FCA guidance on providing financial information to employees and pension scheme members

The line between helping and giving financial information is important due to the risk of criminal offences. It is useful to see the FCA’s current thinking
12 October 2020
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