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Edward Brown is a partner in our pension team. Hogan Lovells (previously Lovells) born and bred, Edward trained at the firm, qualified in 2005, and became a partner on 1 January 2013. Edward has helped clients structure and manage liability management exercises (like PIEs and ETVs), make benefit changes to their schemes and negotiate actuarial valuations. Clients have appreciated Edward's advice when schemes are under investigation by the Pensions Regulator, or navigating their way into the Pension Protection Fund.


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Clients 'unreservedly recommend' the 'excellent' team at Hogan Lovells International LLP, which is 'first-class across the board' and is 'top notch in terms of content, performance level and responsiveness'. The non-contentious team is 'truly unmatched' with key names including group head Katie Banks, who is 'clearly a leading light in the pensions world'; longevity hedge and investigations expert Edward Brown, and the 'incredibly pragmatic and client-friendly' Duncan Buchanan. The practice recently assisted the Pension Protection Fund (PPF) with the restructuring of Tata Steel Pension Scheme and advised Lloyds Banking Group and Scottish Widows on the acquisition of Zurich's UK workplace pensions and savings business. Angela Dimsdale Gill is the key name for litigation mandates; she recently represented the trustees of the Nortel Networks UK Pension Plan and the Board of the PPF in pension deficit recovery litigation and acted for ITV in the high-profile Box Clever pension scheme regulatory proceedings. Nicholas Heaton, Matthew Bullen and senior associate Nathan Sherlock are also names to note.

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