NEWS   |    January 10, 2024

Arc Pensions Law welcomes two new associates to its London and Leeds offices

Arc Pensions Law is delighted to announce that pension lawyers Clare Pollard and Tom Cosgrove have joined its Leeds and London offices.

Clare brings broad pensions expertise to the firm, having grown her pensions practice during her seven-year tenure at Squire Patton Boggs. She has wide-ranging experience advising clients on matters including the interpretation of scheme rules, eligibility for scheme benefits, scheme amendments, trust deed and rules re-writes, investments, pensions litigation and PPF entry/eligibility.

Tom joins from a position as a manager in the pensions legal team at PwC. He is proficient in both contentious and non-contentious matters, with notable expertise in matters relating to liability management exercises, corporate restructuring, member complaints, and advice on the pensions aspects of corporate transactions.

Both appointments demonstrate Arc Pensions Law’s core principle to drive pensions law into the future as a pioneer in the industry, encapsulated by the firm’s long-standing motto, ‘For the Future’.

Anna Rogers, senior partner, commented: “Our clients continue to face pensions issues on every front – surplus, deficit, compliance, consolidation, insurance and M&A – and we’re delighted to welcome Tom and Clare to our growing team.”

Partner Kate Payne said: “We are thrilled to have Clare Pollard joining the Leeds office in January – it is a great start to the year for us!”

This proudly brings Arc Pensions Law’s team of specialist lawyers to 19!

News of Tom and Clare’s join was published in The Law Society Gazette, Professional Pensions, Pensions Age, The Business Desk, Corporate Adviser and CAPAData.

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