5th November 2018 ARC ranked in Chambers & Partners 2019
ARC is pleased to have been ranked once again for pensions in Chambers & Partners.
The directory describes the London office as “entrepreneurial, commercial, experienced” and “extremely good, clear and very practical in their advice.”
Meanwhile, the Leeds office is described as a “very knowledgeable team that is able to assist across all [clients’] pensions needs.”
Anna Rogers, Rosalind Connor, Anne-Marie Winton, Jane Kola, Vikki Massarano and Kate Payne are listed as ‘Notable practitioners’, while Max Ballad is recognised as an ‘Associate to watch’.
Anna Rogers is described as possessing “a wealth of experience handling complex pensions matters” and “very pragmatic and extremely experienced.”
Rosalind Connor is described as having a “wide-ranging knowledge which she applies to cases large and small and is able to help with solutions promptly and easily.”
Anne-Marie Winton is described as “very approachable” with “a good knowledge of pensions law.”
Jane Kola is praised for being “clear, responsive and customer-centric.”
Vikki Massarano is recognised as “an eminent pensions lawyer” who provides “very strong leadership in pushing the negotiations.”
Kate Payne is described as “extremely knowledgeable with a practical tilt to her advice and counsel.”
Max Ballad is described as “experienced in acting for trustees on matters such as scheme mergers, buy-ins and buyouts, and governance.”
View ARC’s profile on the Chambers & Partners’ website here
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