Hannah is a pensions lawyer, who advises both trustees and employers on a wide range of pensions issues.

Experience includes:

  • drafting consolidation rules and scheme documentation;
  • advising on buy-ins/buy-outs, including drafting/reviewing benefits specifications and reviewing associated member communications;
  • advising on the closure of pension schemes to future accrual, including where there is a final salary link;
  • advising on the winding-up of a scheme;
  • advising on the employer debt and apportioning the debt under a flexible apportionment arrangement;
  • providing support and training to trustee boards on compliance with their obligations under the General Data Protection Regulation;
  • advising trustees on GMP equalisation and equalisation methods;
  • advising on pensions issues on corporate transactions;
  • advising on incentive exercises;
  • reviewing investment management agreements and administration agreements; and
  • providing training to trustee boards on current legal issues.

Before becoming a pensions lawyer, Hannah practised as an employment lawyer at Stewarts Law in London, advising employees and employers on employment law issues.

Hannah is a member of the Association of Pension Lawyers and committee member of the Thames Valley branch of the PLSA.


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