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Head of Pensions
Christopher’s work involves finding commercially effective solutions to pension problems, drafting scheme documentation and advising on transactions involving pension schemes. He advises employers, trustees and consultants on technical and administrative issues and wider projects like scheme mergers, closures and buy-outs. Christopher also has particular expertise in public sector pensions.
Christopher is a full member of the Association of Pension Lawyers
After reading English at the University of Oxford, Christopher trained with Harvey Ingram where he worked in their pensions department for over three years after qualifying as a solicitor in 2005. He spent a further three years with Wragge & Co before joining Hewitsons in 2013.
HCR Hewitsons, the local name for the firm created by the merger of Hewitsons and Harrison Clark Rickerbys, has a dedicated pensions partner in Christopher Nuttall, who works predominantly in Cambridge and the firm’s Central England office. ‘His advice is comprehensive and detailed, yet he couples this with pragmatic approach to help clients achieve outcomes without incurring unnecessary expense‘, remarks one client. The firm ‘continues to provide a pragmatic, responsive and proactive cost-effective service‘, says another. The specialist pensions practice acts for employers and trustees of private sector occupational pension schemes throughout the UK and across a wide range of business sectors. Among its clients are United Learning Trust and Fitzwilliam College, Cambridge.
Top Tier Firm Rankings
- Private client > Agriculture and estates
- Private client > Charities and not-for-profit
- Dispute resolution > Commercial litigation: elsewhere in the East Midlands
- Corporate and commercial > Corporate and commercial: Elsewhere in East Midlands
- Private client > Family
- Real estate > Commercial property: elsewhere in the East Midlands
- Private client > Personal tax, trusts and probate