Conferences on Pensions Law

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Pensions: Shaping New Law into Solution-Focused Answers for Clients

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Answers to 12 Thorny Questions: Directly from 7 QCs and Solicitors of Outstanding Ability

Pensions Law
Past Conference Documents

ESG - Richard Hitchcock QC, Outer Temple Chambers

ESG - Richard Hitchcock QC, Outer Temple Chambers How much leeway - practically and legally - do trustees have to exclude asset classes or pressure fund managers to invest in specific ways, e.g. ESG?

Criminal sanctions - Jonathan Fisher QC, Bright Line Law

Criminal sanctions - Jonathan Fisher QC, Bright Line Law How potent is the Regulator's beefed-up power to impose criminal sanctions? New and important innovation or damp squib?

Ombudsman - Laura Clarke, CMS

Ombudsman - Laura Clarke, CMS What do the latest Ombudsman's cases reveal about scheme administration and trustee decision-making and the available remedies and defences?

Contribution Notices - Nicolas Stallworthy QC, Outer Temple Chambers

Contribution Notices - Nicolas Stallworthy QC, Outer Temple Chambers Do the two new triggers for Contribution Notices constitute a regulatory shift? Which corporate activities will be caught?

Distressed schemes - Raquel Agnello QC, Erskine Chambers

Distressed schemes - Raquel Agnello QC, Erskine Chambers What is the practical significance for trustees of the new Corporate Insolvency and Governance Act 2020? How will it augment the powers of the Pensions Regulator and PPF?

Own Risk Assessments - Steven Hull, Eversheds Sutherland

Own Risk Assessments - Steven Hull, Eversheds Sutherland What counts and what will satisfy the Regulator when carrying out an "own risk assessment"? What can and should trustees do?

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