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Mr Stephen Gillick
Employment Law and Benefits, Pensions
Stephen is a Partner and Head of Pensions in the Employment Law and Benefits team at Mason Hayes & Curran LLP.
He has extensive experience in advising trustees, sponsoring employers and pension providers on a range of issues, including pension scheme establishment and restructuring, pensions specific data privacy advice, pension scheme funding and de-risking exercises.
Stephen is experienced in drafting and updating pension scheme documentation and advising on pension scheme mergers and reorganisations. He regularly advises on the pension aspects of corporate acquisitions and disposals.
Stephen is a member of several industry bodies and sits on the Pensions Council that is a statutory body that advises the Minister for Employment Affairs and Social Protection on matters relating to policy on pensions.
The Law Society of Ireland; Council Member of the Association of Pensions Lawyers of Ireland (APLI); Benefits Committee Member, Irish Association of Pensions Funds; Irish Proshare Association (IPSA); Member, International Pension and Employee Benefits Lawyers Association (IPEBLA); Committee Member, Pensions Sub-Committee of the Law Society of Ireland
University College Dublin, BSc – 2000; Dublin Institute of Technology, Diploma in Legal Studies – 2001; The Law Society of Ireland, Diploma in Finance Law – 2007
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Under the leadership of Stephen Gillick, Mason Hayes & Curran LLP‘s team handles complex, highly technical pensions matters, ranging from the revision and closure of defined benefit schemes to the development of novel pension products. The team also advises clients on complaints made to the Pension Ombudsman. Its client base includes prominent multinationals active in the Irish market. The experienced Peggy Hughes is another name to note.
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