We have decades of experience as leading pensions advisers, and an impressive track record of working across all parts of the pensions market. We have the scale, scope and substance to advise clients in more traditional areas of the pensions industry, as well as on cutting edge changes.
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Our workplace DC practice covers advisory and strategic work for employers, trustees, providers of DC schemes and associated service providers.
As a corporate, trustee, member or adviser, if you have a pensions dispute, our pensions litigation team can help you manage it effectively and contain costs. Our specialist pensions litigators have the experience and expertise to help you bring or defend court claims and handle Pensions Ombudsman disputes. They deal with regulatory proceedings and engage in alternative dispute resolution.
Pensions can be complex. We can help you understand how your scheme works, how liabilities can be controlled, and how pension benefits can be explained to your staff in a straightforward way.
We are one of the few law firms with a dedicated investment team for pension fund clients. We advise on all sizes of pension funds, including larger schemes with a number of different and often complex/sizeable investments.
The Pinsent Masons pension provider services team is at the forefront of thinking in fast developing areas and advises asset managers, insurers, trustees and other product providers.
Public sector pensions advice is specialist work, and the Pinsent Masons Pensions Law team has one of the most experienced groups in the country.
Pension fund trustees are facing challenging times. You need to protect the interests of members, whilst avoiding as far as possible confrontation with the sponsor and, at the same time, personal liability.
With employers becoming steadily more international, they are looking at how their remuneration is aligned across different territories.
There is no shortage of publications to read on pensions; there are about 48,000 pages of regulations and rules on pensions law alone in the UK.