The health of UK defined benefit pension schemes has been reported to have reached a “new high”, but what is the impact of this and how should it be approached in light of fluctuating markets and an impending new funding regime? We look at this on our website.
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About Eleanor Hart
Eleanor advises on a broad variety of pension matters, both transactional and general advisory, acting for trustees and corporate sponsors. She has extensive experience advising clients on the pension and employment aspects of acquisitions and disposals (both UK and cross-border). She has been involved in numerous high-profile deals with complex pension aspects as well as innovative pension restructurings, including the first ever pensions deficit for equity swap. Eleanor is a member of the Association of Pension Lawyers and is currently on the Education and Seminars Committee.
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