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Slaughter and May | United Kingdom | 2 Nov 2018

Pensions Bulletin - 2 November 2018

DC scheme trustees contemplating a bulk transfer without consent should note that one easement recently introduced by the Government in respect of


CMS Cameron McKenna Nabarro Olswang LLP | United Kingdom | 13 Nov 2017

Trustee Knowledge Update - November 2017

Welcome to the November 2017 edition of our Trustee Knowledge Update which summarises recent changes in law and regulation. It is aimed at helping


Herbert Smith Freehills LLP | United Kingdom | 5 Aug 2011

Identifying your statutory employer: pensions regulator's statement for trustees

On 28 July 2011, the Pensions Regulator published a statement, "Identifying your statutory employer", which is directed at helping trustees of schemes with defined benefits to identify their statutory employers.


Cobbetts LLP | United Kingdom | 8 Jun 2011

Insolvency updates

A bankruptcy order was annulled or rescinded where the applicant lacked the capacity to respond to a statutory and understand the contents or significance of bankruptcy petition.


Squire Patton Boggs | Singapore, United Kingdom | 7 Jun 2011


I am aware that the case of Equity Trust (Singapore) Limited v HMRC has been a subject of considerable interest.


Ogier | United Kingdom | 17 Jun 2010

HMRC’s Hastings-Bass arguments rejected by English High Court: Futter & Anor v Futter & Ors 2010 EWHC 449

Following its participation in the case of Pitt and Anor v Holt and Ors 2010 EWHC 45 (Ch), HMRC has once again directly intervened in a Hastings-Bass application in England and had its arguments rejected at first instance.


DMH Stallard LLP | United Kingdom | 4 Jun 2010

Court agrees to reverse settlement error

Although a trustee is personally responsible for the actions they take, the law is not so harsh as to prevent a trustee who makes an innocent mistake from rectifying it.


Squire Patton Boggs | United Kingdom | 30 Sep 2009

Capital gains tax: flip flops on offshore trusts

The Tax Tribunal has recently heard the case of Burton and Others v HMRC TC156 which concerns a flip flop arrangement in respect of an offshore trust.


Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer | United Kingdom | 23 Mar 2009

High Court determines that a Pensions Sharing Order did not apply to early retirement benefits granted after a subsequent agreement

In the case of David Slattery v (1) Cabined Office Civil Service Pensions (2) HMRC the High Court rejected the Deputy Pensions Ombudsman’s determination that a Pensions Sharing Order (PSO) granted in 2002 should apply to additional benefits he received as a result of entering into an approved early retirement agreement in 2006.


Squire Patton Boggs | United Kingdom | 30 Jan 2009

Inheritance tax: the meaning of business property relief is examined

I must admit my surprise to find that the Revenue have lost their appeal in the case of HMRC v Nelson Dance Family Settlement 2009 EWHC 71.

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