Specialist pensions law firm Arc Pensions Law has expanded its team with the appointment of two new associates. Clare Pollard has joined the firm’s Leeds office while Tom Cosgrove joins its London office.
Pollard previously worked at Squire Patton Boggs as a pensions lawyer. During her seven-year tenure there she advised clients on a range of issues including the interpretation of scheme rules, eligibility for scheme benefits, scheme amendments, trust deed and rules re-writes, investments, pensions litigation and PPF entry/eligibility.
Cosgrove was previously a manager in the pensions legal team at PwC. He has expertise in a range of matters relating to liability management exercises, corporate restructuring member complaints, and advice on the pensions aspects of corporate transactions.
Anna Rogers, senior partner, says: “Our clients continue to face pensions issues on every front: surplus, deficit, compliance, consolidation, insurance and M&A.”
Arc Pensions Law was founded in June 2015 and is the first specialist pensions law firm to be launched in over 30 years.
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