Winding up an occupational pension scheme

This practice note examines the steps necessary to wind up an occupational pension scheme. As well as looking at typical trigger events that initiate winding-up, the note discusses the consequences for trustees and members, including the actions trustees should take to distribute scheme assets according to the relevant order of priorities and to secure the scheme's liabilities.

David Gallagher, Field Fisher Waterhouse LLP


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