Managing change, distress and winding up

Managing change, distress and winding up

Change is the only constant in the pensions world. Clients may need to adapt to unexpected developments, such as the insolvency of a sponsoring employer, an employer’s proposal to cease accruals or terminate the scheme, a proposal to merge the scheme with another or simply to reorganise its own business. When it comes to supporting clients who are initiating, responding to or grappling with the implications of change, the partners at ARC Pensions Law have decades of experience to call upon in giving advice.


These pages list just some of the areas on which that advice is focused.

Anne-Marie Winton comments in Actuarial Post on the joint inquiry into Carillion’s collapse

On 30th January, the joint Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy Committee and Work and Pensions Committee heard evidence from two of the Carillion pension scheme trustees, one of whom was only very recently appointed. They explained the difficult position faced by trustees who are generally powerless to force a company to pay money into a pension scheme - unlike The Pensions Regulator....

Do the GKN trustees really matter to Melrose?

Pension scheme trustees tend to keep quietly in the corner, talking about breach of trust and mortality assumptions, but every now and then they find themselves in the glare of publicity that surrounds the world of M&A....

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