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Increased Corporate Transparency: what does it mean for pension schemes?

Change is coming to Companies House and the Land Registry: what does it mean for sponsoring employers and trustees of occupational pension schemes?
31 May 2022

Case study

Pensions Casebook - Bernard Matthews

This case summary forms part of the Burges Salmon Pensions Regulatory Casebook. We provide analysis including practical considerations and high level commentary


30 May 2022

Press release

Burges Salmon shortlisted at 2022 European Pensions Awards

The firm has been nominated in the ‘European Pensions Law Firm of the Year’ category at the Awards

19 April 2022


Webinar on-demand: Enough is enough - Managing residual GMP equalisation risk

In this webinar, we consider the risk of not settling all liabilities in GMP equalisation projects and how trustees can protect themselves against such risk


08 April 2022

The Road to the Pensions Dashboard

The DWP has published its Pensions Dashboard proposals. We look at the key decisions for trustees and managers to ensure compliance
14 March 2022

Overseas pensions and divorce

Taking early advice is crucial to avoid the potential pitfalls of dealing with overseas pensions on divorce, and UK pensions in a foreign divorce
21 February 2022


Pensions Law Summary - Transfer Check Requirements

In this summary, we discuss the new transfer check requirements for trustees and scheme managers that came into force on 30 November 2021
14 February 2022

Collective Money Purchase (CMP) schemes get ready for take-off in August 2022

We look at the DWP’s response to its consultation on Collective Money Purchase Schemes and the possible implications for pension schemes, employers and members
07 February 2022

Government acts on its call for evidence regarding pensions tax relief administration

We take a look at the Government’s proposals in relation to net pay arrangements and what they mean for employers of the lowest paid
10 January 2022

Increase in Normal Minimum Pension Age: for the many but not the few?

Normal minimum pension age will increase to 57 in 2028.  We look at the latest proposals and ask what trustees can do now to prepare
06 January 2022

A Brexit hangover and what it means for PPF compensation

We examine what impact the Court of Justice of the European Union decisions in Hampshire v PPF and PSV v Bauer will have on PPF compensation post-Brexit
20 December 2021


Webinar on-demand: Group Corporate Activity - When will TPR’s new powers apply

In this webinar, we consider the Pension Regulators new powers to police corporate activity and how employers, trustees and advisers can ensure they stay out of jail
16 December 2021
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