Arc Pensions Law ranked in The Legal 500 UK 2020 for Pensions
We are pleased to announce that Arc Pensions Law’s two offices in London and Leeds have been ranked in The Legal 500 UK 2020 for Pensions.
The London office is pleased to retain their Tier 3 rankings in Pensions (non-contentious). The Legal 500 UK 2020 noted:
Specialist pensions boutique Arc Pensions Law is well-placed to handle all non-contentious issues for trustees, scheme sponsors and other law firms, with an emphasis on occupational defined benefit and defined contribution schemes. Anna Rogers is a leading name for defined benefit wind-up actions, bulk purchase annuity transactions, regulatory audits and scheme demergers, while Rosalind Connor often advises on pensions arrangements for corporate transactions including sales, acquisitions, buy-ins and insolvency. Anna Copestake is a go-to name for scheme restructuring, pensions investment arrangements, liability management, master trusts and governance.
Partner Anna Rogersretains her ranking as a ‘Leading Individual’ for the third consecutive year and Partner Anna Copestake is recognised as a ‘Next Generation Partner’
The Leeds office is pleased to have risen in the rankings to Tier 2 in Pensions, with the The Legal 500 noting:
Boutique pensions specialist firm Arc Pensions Law counts major defined benefit and defined contribution schemes, sponsoring employers and other law firms among its impressive client roster, which it acts for on a range of matters. Vikki Massarano and Kate Payne, who are both well-regarded in the market, jointly head the team and have particular experience advising on the pensions aspects of corporate activity and scheme governance respectively.
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