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Squire Patton Boggs

Work 020 7655 1000
Fax 020 7655 1001
136546 Bishopgate 2

Wendy Hunter

Work +44 20 7655 1119
Squire Patton Boggs

Work Department




London: Human resources


Within: Pensions

Squire Patton Boggs' 'knowledgeable and approachable group' is recognised for its expertise in the public, not-for-profit, investment and utilities sectors and counts Hertfordshire County Council, Merseyside Pension Fund and Action for Children Pension Fund Trustee as clients. London practice head Wendy Hunter has 'a keen eye for detail' and recently advised the trustees of the Combined Nuclear Pension Plan on issues surrounding a Chapter 11 process and assisted the trustees of the Anglian Water Group Pension Scheme with the division of the scheme. Clifford Sims leads the national practice and Victoria Leigh heads up the pensions disputes group; Leigh recently acted for a representative beneficiary in an application for rectification.

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