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Vol 24 No 7 July/August 2019

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Pensions Law Handbook 14th ed


ISBN13: 9781526507471
Previous Edition ISBN: 9781780438528
Published: January 2019
Publisher: Bloomsbury Professional
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: £100.00



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Wildy's Book of the Month: March 2019

Provides guidance through the complex web of pensions-related statues, regulations, regulatory guidance and case law, in an accessible style.

Includes the following updates:

  • Pension Protection Fund ('PPF') levy calculations and new provisions on compensation payments; changes to the charges and governance provisions, the new DC Code and the pension's regulator's new campaigns and policies;
  • The General Data Protection Regulation ('GDPR');
  • Money laundering requirements for trustees;
  • Financial services requirements under EMIR and MIFID II.
Includes coverage of the following case law:

  • Employer duties (IBM and BBC v Bradbury);
  • Sex equalisation (Safeway v Newton);
  • Sexual orientation (Walker v Innospec);
  • Trustee powers (BA);
  • Age discrimination (The judges and firefighter cases);
  • Co-habiting partners (Brewster);
  • Limitation for recovering overpayments (Webber);
  • Barnardo's (pension increases and scheme modification) and Steria (amendment powers).
Includes the following legislative changes:

  • Pensions tax relief and tax charges on overseas transfers;
  • The Financial Guidance and Claims Bill;
  • DB White Paper;
  • The master trust authorisation regime from the Pension Schemes Act 2017;
  • Legislation on combating pension scams.

Subjects:
Pensions Law
Contents:
Chapter 1: Pension provision in the UK
Chapter 2: People involved with pensions
Chapter 3: Trustees
Chapter 4: Contracting out
Chapter 5: Employer Insolvency implications for pension schemes
Chapter 6: Protection for early leavers
Chapter 7: Employment issues
Chapter 8: Pensions and divorce
Chapter 9: Discrimination
Chapter 10: Investment
Chapter 11: Funding, deficits and surpluses
Chapter 12: Winding up
Chapter 13: Amendments and scheme reconstruction
Chapter 14: Personal pension schemes
Chapter 15: Automatic enrolment
Chapter16: Commercial transactions
Chapter 17: Pensions dispute resolution and litigation
Chapter 18: Taxation of registered schemes
Appendices