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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

Rectification of Pension Scheme Documentation: Has the Univar decision changed anything?

The first fully argued pensions rectification case since the much talked about decision of the Court of Appeal in FSHC v GLAS Trust, Univar is a landmark decision
03 September 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

A new regulatory agenda for the pensions sector

The Pensions Regulator (TPR) and the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) have announced a joint regulatory strategy to address changes to the way people save for and take their pension.
14 December 2018

A wintry flurry of pensions cases – just what you wanted for Christmas?

Dispute Resolution Festive Forecast: today, we look at key pensions disputes before the Courts in the coming months.
06 December 2016

High Court holds that Trustees can take into consideration the interests of employers

The High Court has handed down the judgment in one of the most significant pensions cases in the last 12 months.
25 February 2015

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The Application of Trust Law Principles in a Proprietary Estoppel Action

Trustees can tread a difficult line dealing with potential beneficiaries. This is what trustees should be on the lookout for especially where a beneficiary appears to be in a favoured position
10 February 2015

Four banned by FCA for 'disgraceful' pension activities

Following an investigation, the FCA has issued Final Notices to four individuals regarding conduct in connection with occupational pension schemes. 
23 December 2013

Trustee wins important victory in battle to obtain contribution notice

The Trustees of the Desmond & Sons pension scheme have successfully overturned a decision by the Upper Tribunal to strike out a case against a shareholder.
05 December 2013

Publication

Olympic Airlines: Failed secondary insolvency proceedings

The Court of Appeal has rejected an attempt by the trustees of a UK pension scheme to commence secondary insolvency proceedings to obtain statutory protection for UK members after its insolvency.
02 July 2013

Court of Appeal returns judgement on Lehmans pensions regulatory proceedings

A recent court of appeal judgement confirms that a pension scheme trustee is entitled to refer the issue of a financial support direction (fsd) to the upper tribunal.
28 June 2013
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