Pensions Solicitor - Brighton

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Location
England, East Sussex, Brighton
Salary
Negotiable
Posted
11 Apr 2018
Closes
09 May 2018
Ref
Req/468579
Contact
David Holden
Practice area
Pension law
Position
Barrister, Solicitor
Hours
Full time
Contract type
Permanent

My client are looking for a Lawyer to provide specialist leagl advice in particular, in relation to pension schemes.The role is based in Brighton, right next to the train station.

They are a very sought after employer when it comes to the Pensions market for many reasons. Here you will not only do case work here but you will also influence policy and can expect to work on policy issues. The work can sometimes be high profile and complex. They also pay competitive salaries and offer great benefits.

You will be required to provide legal advice across the defined contribution programmes which will include advice on the development and review of regulatory codes and guidance, implementation of new legislation with relevance to defined contribution schemes and on the availability of The Regulator's powers to deliver mitigations to the risks to good member outcomes.

You must have an in depth knowledge of Trust Law, Pension Schemes Act 1993, Pensions Act 1995, 2004 and 2008 and 2011, working knowledge of Data Protection Act / Freedom of Information principles and have experience of advising trustees of large employer DC and DB schemes and detailed knowledge of those schemes' governance challenges.

Please apply as directed.

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