Protecting the scheme on a risk transfer

Scheme Sessions Vol2.2022

48 minute read
02 December 2022

In our third session, we look at the steps trustees and employers can consider in order to protect themselves from liabilities arising after a pension scheme has been bought out so that trustees can wind up the scheme in the knowledge that all benefits have been secured, and employers are protected from legacy claims relating to the pension scheme.

Chair and speakers

  • Chair - Elizabeth Gane, Head of Pensions at Gowling WLG
  • Speaker - Christopher Stiles, Pensions Partner at Gowling WLG
  • Guest speakers - Róisín O'Shea at Rothesay and Richard Myrtle at Universal Legal Protection.

There are three sessions in this series, the first and second are available to view on demand now:

Protecting the scheme in a corporate take over

Protecting the scheme in a distressed employer situation

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