Hard times: pensions implications of the ongoing financial crisis

This note highlights the continuing implications of the harsh financial climate in 2010 for defined benefit and defined contribution pension schemes. It considers the practical steps that trustees and employers may take in dealing with the legal and regulatory issues arising, with links to related information.

Ruth Bamforth, Eversheds LLP


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