27th November 2015 Rosalind Connor joins ARC Pensions Law as fourth partner – covered in Professional Pensions, Legal Business and Pensions Insight
ARC Pensions Law, the boutique specialist pension law firm, today announces the appointment of Rosalind Connor as its fourth partner.
Connor, who joins from Taylor Wessing, was previously a partner at Jones Day, and brings nearly 20 years’ of commercial pensions experience. Her experience includes advising businesses, trustees, members and administrators on defined benefit and defined contribution pension schemes, especially in distressed situations, as well as advising clients on global pension arrangements.
Anna Rogers, Senior Partner of ARC Pensions Law, said: “Rosalind is approachable, practical and commercial with long experience of sophisticated transactions. We are looking for top quality pension lawyers and we’re thrilled that she has chosen to join us. Rosalind’s recruitment represents another major step forward for the firm and in particular, following the recent recruitment of Anne-Marie Winton, now gives us a very strong team focused on supporting corporates, alongside our existing strong trustee practice.”
Rosalind Connor commented: “I am delighted to join the excellent team at ARC. The opportunities that the firm affords to provide a focused pensions service to corporate and trustee clients alike makes ARC the perfect place to build a pensions law practice.”
Connor was elected as Chair of the Association of Pension Lawyers in November, after a contested election, succeeding Rogers in that role.
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