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tPR Powers (table of proposals) - Mark Grant, CMS

tPR Powers - Mark Grant, CMS (Pensions Law, London, 14.05.2019) What is the scope and effect of tPR anti-avoidance and supervision powers and how may they change, e.g. s231, s72, notifiable events and moral hazard: (1) information gathering, (2) process and jurisdictional issues and (3) other practicalities?

ESG - Keith Bryant QC, Outer Temple Chambers

ESG - Keith Bryant QC, Outer Temple Chambers (Pensions Law, London, 14.05.2019) Where is the room for manoeuvre for trustees when applying ESG to investment and - especially - disinvestment decisions?

Overpayments and underpayments - Keith Rowley QC, Radcliffe Chambers

Overpayments and underpayments - Keith Rowley QC, Radcliffe Chambers (Pensions Law, London, 14.05.2019) How does Burgess v BIC reconcile with Webber v DoE (No 2) & (No 3)? What are the practical consequences of the Lloyds Bank case? How are the courts approaching PA 95 sections 91 and 92?

RPI/CPI - Paul Newman QC, Wilberforce Chambers

RPI/CPI - Paul Newman QC, Wilberforce Chambers (Pensions Law, London, 14.05.2019) Which grey areas and unresolved arguments remain over substituting RPI for CPI - post Barnardo’s and BT?

Trustees' powers - Henry Legge QC, 5 Stone Buildings

Trustees' powers - Henry Legge QC, 5 Stone Buildings (Pensions Law, London, 14.05.2019) Going beyond BA, what are the limits of trustees' unilateral powers to determine what employers must pay? When must trustees take account of the company’s needs?

tPR Powers - Mark Grant, CMS

tPR Powers - Mark Grant, CMS (Pensions Law, London, 14.05.2019) What is the scope and effect of tPR anti-avoidance and supervision powers and how may they change, e.g. s231, s72, notifiable events and moral hazard: (1) information gathering, (2) process and jurisdictional issues and (3) other practicalities?

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