Pensions Lawyer

Location
Berkshire, England
Salary
£Market plus excellent benefits
Posted
05 Sep 2017
Closes
03 Oct 2017
Ref
65310
Contact
Marian Lloyd-Jones
Sector/Practice Area
Pensions
Vacancy Type
Lawyers
Contract/hours
Full time

THE FIRM

A collegial law firm which has one of the largest Pensions teams in the South of England,

The Pensions team predominately advises trustees of DB and some DC schemes but also advises employers, insolvency practitioners, financial institutions and individuals.

THE ROLE

The role will include handling the following:


Drafting scheme documentation.

Advising on scheme re-structuring including benefit changes and mergers, funding and deficit issues including contingent assets, discrimination, winding-up and liability management.

Dealing with accounts processes, including time recording and billing.

Providing clients with pension advice both face to face and in writing.

Involvement in business development initiatives.

Keeping up to date with changes in pension law and preparing/delivering updates for both clients and the team internally.


ABOUT YOU


The successful candidate will be a pensions solicitor NQ-6pqe.

Essential will be experience of Pensions Law with a willingness to broaden and deepen your knowledge in this area.

In return you will be offered a competitive salary and an excellent benefits package from day one.

Lipson Lloyd Jones Ltd is acting as an Employment Agency in relation to this vacancy. Please note our advertisements use PQE levels purely as a guide to the minimum level of experience required. However we are happy to consider applications from all candidates who are able to demonstrate the skills necessary to fulfill this kind of work.

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