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Webber v DfE: how far back can pension schemes recover overpayments?

United Kingdom - October 21 2016 The High Court’s recent decision in Webber v Department for Education potentially creates significant obstacles for pension schemes looking to…

Co-authors: Jennifer Miles.

Horton v Henry: trustees in bankruptcy cannot compel bankrupts to draw their uncrystallised pensions

United Kingdom - October 13 2016 The Court of Appeal’s decision in Horton v Henry has clarified two conflicting lines of case law, holding that an “income payments order” (sought by…

Co-authors: Jamie Leader.

Pensions liberation: High Court overturns the Pensions Ombudsman’s decision in Hughes

United Kingdom - February 25 2016 On 19 February 2016 the High Court handed down its judgment in Hughes v Royal London. This case had attracted a lot of attention, as it was an appeal…

Co-authors: Steven Hull.

Non-executive directors in regulated firms: useful guidance and a shift in emphasis from the PRA?

United Kingdom - November 5 2015 Recently, the Treasury announced plans to extend the Rules of Conduct under the Senior Managers Regime to non-executive directors (NEDs), in…

Co-authors: Simon Collins, Andrew Henderson, Aleen Gulvanessian.

An extended Senior Managers Regime: what does this mean for asset managers?

United Kingdom - October 20 2015 As many anticipated, the Treasury has announced an extension of the Senior Managers Regime (SMR), which currently applies to banks and insurers, to…

Co-authors: Simon Collins, David Saunders, Andrew Henderson, Ronald Paterson, Pamela Thompson.

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