Arc ranked in Chambers & Partners 2020
Arc is pleased to have been ranked once again for pensions in Chambers & Partners.
The directory describes the London office as a firm that “has excellent lawyers doing work at the cutting edge.”
Meanwhile, the Leeds office team is described as “very responsive, with a high degree of client care” and “highly professional.”
Anna Rogers is commended for her “very clear explanations of any legal complexities” and her ability to “propose practical solutions.”
Rosalind Connor is described as being “a key partner at the firm who often works with clients such as employers, trustees and administrators.”
Anne-Marie Winton is described as “pragmatic and practical” and “good at creative problem solving.”
Jane Kola is “noted for her handling of issues relating to defined benefit, defined contribution and hybrid schemes,” and described as someone who is thoroughly enjoyable to work with.
Vikki Massarano is recognised as “an experienced pensions lawyer” with “a broad practice covering the full array of pensions matters, routinely advising both employers and trustees.”
Kate Payne is described as “excellent in respect of the quality of her advice and her responsiveness to our requirements.”
Max Ballad is described as “clever, very knowledgeable, thorough and thoughtful.”
View Arc’s profile on the Chambers & Partners’ website here.
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