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Webinar on-demand: Burges Salmon & David Fairs - The Pensions Regulator’s approach

In our latest webinar Richard Knight and Clive Pugh discuss the current key considerations in Pensions Regulation with David Fairs, Executive Director at The Pensions Regulator
16 June 2020

Palestine Solidarity Campaign Case: government LGPS guidance unlawful

This article examines the recent Supreme Court ruling that ministerial guidance, given to LGPS funds on how to discharge investment duties, is unlawful

04 June 2020

Russell Adams v Carey Pensions: What does it mean for SIPP operators?

We review the long awaited judgment and give our view on the key takeaways for SIPP operators and potential areas for future regulatory development as a result
26 May 2020

Pensions taxation: HMRC wins at the upper tribunal on in-specie contributions

In HMRC v Sippchoice [2020] UKUT 0149 (TCC), the Upper Tribunal decided that member contributions must be paid in money form to qualify for tax relief
21 May 2020

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Burges Salmon advises Leonardo Electronics Group Pension Scheme trustees on £160m buy-in

The firm’s Pensions team has advised Leonardo’s trustees on a £160 million buy-in with financial services specialist Just Group
14 May 2020

PASA consultation on draft Defined Benefit Transfers Code of Good Practice Consultation

Suzanne Padmore and Susannah Young discuss the Pensions Administration Standards Association’s consultation - safeguarding of members’ benefits a key objective
07 May 2020

New guidance on furlough and pensions: what employers and scheme trustees need to know

The Pensions Regulator has provided clarity on the interaction between pensions and furlough. Additional care must be taken in cases where pay is reduced
04 May 2020

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Burges Salmon Pensions practice launches COVID-19 helpline

The firm’s Pensions team has launched its COVID-19 Pensions Law Helpline to provide additional support to those in the industry facing unprecedented challenges in relation to the global pandemic
28 April 2020


Pensions Law Newsletter April 2020

COVID-19 presents an unprecedented challenge for all of us in both our professional and personal lives. This issue of Pensions Law therefore focuses on the impact of COVID-19 on the pensions sector
28 April 2020

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Burges Salmon Pensions team shortlisted for 'European Pensions Law Firm of the Year' award

The firm has been named as a finalist at the European Pensions Awards 2020 in recognition of its trusted international reputation
20 April 2020

COVID-19: How pension scheme trustees can maintain business as usual during testing times

To maintain business as usual, trustees must implement contingency plans, monitor official guidance and consider governance, administration, and communications
03 April 2020

COVID-19: Will the use of Regulated Apportionment Arrangements (RAAs) rise?

RAAs allow employers at risk of insolvency to cease participation in multi-employer Defined Benefit schemes and release or reduce their employer debt liability
27 March 2020
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