NEWS   |    February 1, 2024

Arc Pensions Law announces partnership with the Charities Pensions Club

We are proud to announce our partnership with the Charities Pensions Club, as their exclusive legal partner for 2024, solidifying our commitment to serving the unique needs of the charitable sector.

The partnership is a milestone for Arc Pensions Law and it demonstrates Arc’s commitment to working with the charitable sector in a number of ways, such as:

  • Providing expert advice: Ensuring that Charities Pensions Club members gain access to a wealth of knowledge that empowers them to navigate the intricate world of pensions law confidently.
  • Fostering an informed community: Collaborating goes beyond traditional legal services; it signifies a commitment to fostering a community of informed and empowered professionals.

Founded in 2014, the Charities Pensions Club brings together pension professionals from across the charity and not-for-profit sector to share industry knowledge and discuss topical matters.

Commenting on the partnership, Charities Pensions Club Director Chloe Scragg said:

“We are thrilled to announce Arc Pensions Law as our exclusive legal partner for the club. In a community that values active support and collaboration, we believe Arc’s expertise will seamlessly complement our ethos, making them a perfect fit for our 2024 partnership”

Arc’s representative partners, Kate Payne and Beth Brown, between them share over 50 years’ experience advising trustees and employers on all aspects of law. We look forward to becoming a part of a community that values collaboration, knowledge sharing, and empowerment. Together, let’s navigate the future of pensions law with confidence and integrity.

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