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Clive Weber

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Wedlake Bell LLP

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Pensions

Position

Clive is a Partner advising on all aspects of UK pensions law drawing on over 35 years' experience as a pensions' lawyer. He acts for employers, trustees and members, including on restructuring of schemes, contingent asset arrangements (including for PPF purposes), dealing with the Pensions Regulator and the Pension Protection Fund, and with member complaints at scheme and Pensions Ombudsman levels, advising on pension aspects of corporate transactions and on legal aspects of trustees' investment duties and powers. He also advises on pension death benefits and inter-generational wealth transfers in conjunction with our Private Client team..

Career

Clive founded the Wedlake Bell pension practice in 1978 and became a Partner in Wedlake Bell in 1985. He is one of the longest serving Wedlake Bell Partners and maintains a keen interest in the delivery of cost effective quality legal services.

Member

Clive is a member of the Association of Pension Lawyers and sits on their Legislative and Parliamentary Committee. The Committee liaise with Government on pension legislation, meets with Government and pension authorities and comments on proposed new legislation.


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Within: Pensions

Wedlake Bell LLP's 'responsive, knowledgeable and partner-driven team' provides 'an excellent service that is sensible, pragmatic and technically strong'. Justin McGilloway leads the department, which also counts Clive Weber and partner Alison Hills as key names. McGilloway led advice to WNS Services on the pensions components of its outsourcing contracts with financial services companies, Weber assisted Buhler and the trustees of a single-employer final salary scheme with the implications of a principal employer being acquired, and McGilloway and Hills acted for the trustees of the Jotun Paints (Europe) Limited Pension Scheme on scheme funding and employer covenant issues. The Scandinavian Airlines System Pension and Assurance Scheme, Natixis Pension Scheme and Carlton Tower Pension Scheme are also clients.

Wedlake Bell LLP's 'responsive, knowledgeable and partner-driven team' provides 'an excellent service that is sensible, pragmatic and technically strong'. Justin McGilloway leads the department, which also counts Clive Weber and partner Alison Hills as key names. McGilloway led advice to WNS Services on the pensions components of its outsourcing contracts with financial services companies, Weber assisted Buhler and the trustees of a single-employer final salary scheme with the implications of a principal employer being acquired, and McGilloway and Hills acted for the trustees of the Jotun Paints (Europe) Limited Pension Scheme on scheme funding and employer covenant issues. The Scandinavian Airlines System Pension and Assurance Scheme, Natixis Pension Scheme and Carlton Tower Pension Scheme are also clients.

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