Pensions law is complex — our team will de-mystify it for you, and provide clear advice and concrete recommendations. Whether your scheme is £10 million or £10 billion, we can help.
Our pensions team is known for its strong communication skills and pragmatic approach. We won't make a drama out of a crisis, and have the resources and expertise always to give clear advice and concrete recommendations.
Our clients include trustees of multi-billion pound occupational schemes, major employers, contractors, local authorities and other lawyers.
We often need to work collaboratively with your advisers. And it helps that we can also, where needed, call upon our pensions-savvy colleagues in our employment, investment, banking, financial services, restructuring and insolvency, dispute resolution and corporate teams.
So we can help on a huge range of pensions areas, including complex investment vehicles, sophisticated funding agreements, contingent assets and asset backed contributions, and group restructurings.
Nabarro is a full service law firm. What sets us apart is our commitment to understanding our clients’ business objectives. We’ve developed a reputation for giving positive and practical advice, based on a high degree of no-nonsense commercial awareness, and a genuinely entrepreneurial spirit.
Pensions law is complex – our team will de-mystify it for you, and provide clear advice and concrete recommendations. Whether your scheme has assets of £1m or £10bn, we can help.
The Nabarro pensions team is delighted to announce the publication of the 13th edition of the Pensions Law Handbook, 20 years after the publication of the first edition. Those 20 years have marked huge developments in the law of pensions, all of which have been captured by our team in successive editions. The Pensions Law Handbook is considered to be the definitive guide to all aspects of pensions law and practice in the UK and is widely used throughout the legal profession and pensions industry.
The book is edited jointly by Jennifer Bell and Susan Jones with contributions from all members of the pensions teams as well as lawyers in other specialist departments.
Welcome to our twenty third Nabarro Clarity Guide. The routine operation of occupational pension schemes requires Trustees to exercise discretions and make decisions frequently, particularly about scheme benefits. This Guide considers the process by which Trustees do that and includes some practical steps for Trustees. This Guide does not consider Trustees’ duties when making investment decisions.
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