National specialist pensions law firm adds new partner in Leeds office
National specialist pensions law firm Arc Pensions Law is delighted to announce that specialist pensions lawyer Alex Rodger has joined the Leeds office as a partner.
Alex joins from Womble Bond Dickinson, where he advised trustees and employers in the private and public sectors on all pension scheme matters. He has over 25 years of experience advising on corporate sales and reorganisations, TUPE transfers and associated issues such as Beckmann rights, section75 debts and the Regulator’s powers. Alex has particular expertise in relation to scheme mergers, member complaints, administration errors and buy-outs and buy-ins.
Commenting on his appointment, Alex said: “I am delighted to be joining Arc Pensions Law. The firm’s reputation in the pensions industry is unmatched, and I am looking forward to joining as a partner and working closely with my new colleagues in our Leeds and London offices.”
Leeds-based partner Kate Payne commented: “We are thrilled to welcome Alex to the firm. He is a highly regarded pension lawyer, and a valuable addition to our team, both here in Leeds and London.”
Anna Rogers, senior partner, said: “We’re delighted to announce another step in Arc’s continuing growth, to meet increasing client demand across the country. Alex brings a wealth of experience that further strengthens the extensive capabilities of our team. We look forward to working with him.”
Arc Pensions Law was founded in June 2015 and is the first specialist pensions law firm to be launched in over 30 years. The award-winning firm has been shaking up the pensions law market since its inception and now has a large portfolio of pensions clients, including several multi-billion-pound pension funds.
News of Alex’s appointment was published in the Yorkshire Post, Pensions Expert, Pensions Age, Legal Moves, The Business Desk, Institutional Asset Manager and in The Legal Diary.
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