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The widely-trailed consultation on how to reform corporate governance, including for privately-owned companies, was released today.
The Pensions Team at leading law firm Blake Morgan has been strengthened with the appointment of Partner Ron Burgess.
The Chancellor of the Exchequer may have grabbed headlines by declaring war on sugar in his Spring Budget – but there were also several sweeteners for businesses and individuals alike.
Life assurance schemes can be established either as tax registered schemes, or non-registered schemes where the underlying benefits will not count towards the member's lifetime allowance which is currently £1.25 million.
The Regulator has given an insight into how it expects auto enrolment will affect employers, but it accepts this is a new area of law and we are yet to see exactly how it will run in practice.
We discuss the impact of further reductions in lifetime allowance.
The Court of Appeal has today upheld the EAT decision that an employee had not been unfavourably treated because of something arising in consequence of disability in the award of an ill-health early retirement pension.
This "green paper" has three important themes in relation to DB pensions. The DWP is seeking views from the pensions community to see how these three aims can be met in order to secure the retirement incomes of current and future pensioners.
The case centres around use of nomination forms in the context of unmarried partners – the issue was whether the nomination form requirement (which did not apply to spouses or civil partners) could be objectively justified.