Private Practice

Pensions Associate

Pensions Associate

  • We would like to a recruit pensions lawyer who has had experience working in the area of pensions and in particular is comfortable with working on corporate transactions as well as day to day advisory pensions work for both corporate clients and trustees.
  • Experience advising in relation to investment matters and insurance-based solutions (e.g. buy-outs. buy-ins and longevity swaps) would be a bonus but is not essential.
  • You should also have experience of pensions law and large-scale transactions.
  • Experience of drafting, reviewing and negotiating pensions related documents investment and insurance experience would be beneficial.
  • Our pensions team advises across a broad range of sectors including financial services, insurance, healthcare, manufacturing natural resources and real estate.

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