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The Month in Pensions discusses the latest developments in the UK pensions world with insight from the Pensions team at international law firm Gowling WLG. NOT LEGAL ADVICE. Information made available on this website in any form is for information purposes only. It is not, and should not be taken as, legal advice. You should not rely on, or take or fail to take any action based upon this information. Never disregard professional legal advice or delay in seeking legal advice because of someth ...
 
From managing risk and staying on top of regulatory developments to dealing with the fallout of the likes of Brexit and COVID-19, businesses and their in-house counsel face many challenges. Listen Up is a legal podcast providing insight from experts across practice areas at international law firm Gowling WLG. Our episodes cover some of the key issues and concerns facing the market. For more information visit our website: https://gowlingwlg.com NOT LEGAL ADVICE. Information made available on ...
 
Gowling WLG's employment, labour & equality experts discuss the latest developments. NOT LEGAL ADVICE. Information made available on this website in any form is for information purposes only. It is not, and should not be taken as, legal advice. You should not rely on, or take or fail to take any action based upon this information. Never disregard professional legal advice or delay in seeking legal advice because of something you have read on this website. Gowling WLG professionals will be pl ...
 
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The benefits of housing with care have really been highlighted during the pandemic, and interest in the sector from potential residents, developers, operators, funders and investors has accelerated. In this latest podcast from our senior living team, Dominic Morris is joined by Sally Ireland, barrister and head of regulation and compliance at ARCO.…
 
In The Month In Pensions for March 2021, Ian Chapman-Curry looks at the wave of consultations that have been released by government departments and The Pensions Regulator. In this month's interview, Liz Wood explains the impact that the Pension Schemes Act 2021 will have on employers that sponsor defined benefit pension schemes. We also look over s…
 
In The Month In Pensions for February 2021, Ian Chapman-Curry looks at a survey of defined benefit scheme trustees that suggests the age of the quarterly trustee meeting is over. We also look over some of the other developments that have made the headlines in the world of pensions in February 2021, including: Government issues further consultation …
 
The UK's rapidly ageing population, on-going housing crisis and increased focus on health and wellbeing is leading to major growth in the senior living sector. In this latest podcast, our head of senior living, Dominic Morris, is joined by Nick Sanderson, Chief Executive of Audley Group and Chairman of ARCO (the Associated Retirement Community Oper…
 
Getting to grips with the changes that have been brought in as a result of the Senior Managers and Certification Regime (SMCR) for all FCA regulated businesses is not easy. In a series of six podcasts, we've brought together our employment and financial regulation experts to simplify this area and explain clearly what those working within legal, ri…
 
In The Month In Pensions for January 2021, Ian Chapman-Curry focuses on the legislation that will become the Pension Schemes Act 2021. At the point of recording, the Pension Schemes Bill 2019 – 21 was on the cusp of receiving Royal Assent so this episode focuses on what it will mean for pension scheme trustees and employers. When enacted, the Pensi…
 
Getting to grips with the changes that have been brought in as a result of the Senior Managers and Certification Regime (SMCR) for all FCA regulated businesses is not easy. In a series of six podcasts, we've brought together our employment and financial regulation experts to simplify this area and explain clearly what those working within legal, ri…
 
In The Month In Pensions for December 2020, Ian Chapman-Curry focuses on the key trends and developments that will dominate the world of pensions in 2021. With a backlog of legislative, regulatory and policy developments, 2021 promises to be a busy year for anyone working in the pensions industry. The Pensions Schemes Bill 2019 – 21 will see change…
 
Getting to grips with the changes that have been brought in as a result of the Senior Managers and Certification Regime (SMCR) for all FCA regulated businesses is not easy. In a series of six podcasts, we've brought together our employment and financial regulation experts to simplify this area and explain clearly what those working within legal, ri…
 
In The Month In Pensions for November 2020, we focus on two related and increasingly intertwined areas – pension scams and cyber crime - and ask are you ready for cyber scams? Ian Chapman-Curry is then joined by Charlotte Scholes, a principal associate in our specialist pension disputes team, to discuss the latest in GMP equalisation with the third…
 
Getting to grips with the changes that have been brought in as a result of the Senior Managers and Certification Regime (SMCR) for all FCA regulated businesses is not easy. In a series of six podcasts, we've brought together our employment and financial regulation experts to simplify this area and explain clearly what those working within legal, ri…
 
Getting to grips with the changes that have been brought in as a result of the Senior Managers and Certification Regime (SMCR) for all FCA regulated businesses is not easy. In a series of six podcasts, we've brought together our employment and financial regulation experts to simplify this area and explain clearly what those working within legal, ri…
 
In The Month In Pensions for October 2020, we join The Pensions Regulator in gazing into the future and consider what the world of pensions will be like in 15 years' time. See The Pension Regulator's 'Pensions of the future - a discussion on our strategy (16 October 2020)': https://bit.ly/3owKcp6 Also covered in this month's edition are: DWP gives …
 
Getting to grips with the changes that have been brought in as a result of the Senior Managers and Certification Regime (SMCR) for all FCA regulated businesses is not easy. In a series of six podcasts, we've brought together our employment and financial regulation experts to simplify this area and explain clearly what those working within legal, ri…
 
In The Month In Pensions for September 2020, we go back to school and consider what is coming down the tracks for trustees and employers in the final third of 2020. Ian Chapman-Curry is also joined by Gowling WLG pensions partner Christopher Stiles to discuss his latest Insight on GMP equalisation: https://bit.ly/30zranJ Also covered in this month'…
 
In the second of two special episodes of the Joint Venture podcast, Banking and Finance partner Nath Curtis sat down with Inspiratia, and Chris Williams, Head of Project Finance at the bank LBBW, to take stock of the current state of the market. In this podcast, we focus in on the financing perspective for UK subsidy free renewables project taking …
 
Gowling WLG joins leading global infrastructure and renewables market analysts Inspiratia, to discuss the development of UK subsidy-free renewables projects. You can find a transcript for this episode on our website: http://bit.ly/393TnGr Find out more about our Energy team here: http://bit.ly/36a9zoR We regularly talk about a broad range of topics…
 
In The Month In Pensions for July 2020, we focus on the role that technology will play in improving customer service in the pensions industry. Ian Chapman-Curry is also joined by Gowling WLG pensions partner Joanne Tibbott to discuss the Department for Work and Pensions' review of the charge cap that is applicable to certain defined contribution sc…
 
In The Month In Pensions for June 2020, have we reached a tipping point for consolidation in the pensions industry? Is it time for superfunds and collective defined contribution? And, in a month with plenty of sobering economic news, what are the options for pension scheme trustees and employers in distress? Ian Chapman-Curry is joined by Christoph…
 
In The Month In Pensions for May 2020, is COVID-19 accelerating the pace of change and the adoption of technological and digital solutions in the pensions industry? Ian Chapman-Curry is joined by Jason Coates to discuss his latest Insight on how coronavirus has not ushered in a 'new normal' in pensions but has, instead, been the catalyst for an acc…
 
Gowling WLG and inspiratia recently ran an event covering the evolving situation around COVID-19 and investigated to what extent thoughts on sustainability are changing and how the situation will play out over the longer-term. The podcast covers: Renewables as a safe haven for investors The ESG agenda in the time of COVID-19 Changes in investment t…
 
The Month In Pensions looks at the key developments in the UK pensions industry over the previous month. For April 2020, we focus on the continued impact that COVID-19 is having on the pensions industry, delays to government and regulatory consultations and the impact of the lockdown on pension scheme deficits. We also look forward to some of the d…
 
The Month In Pensions looks at the key developments in the UK pensions industry over the previous month. For March, we focus on the impact that coronavirus is having on business continuity planning, the progress of the Pension Schemes Bill 2019 – 21, the increased attention on ESG matters and the much anticipated TPR consultation on the revised def…
 
What are Incoterms? Our guide to what they are, how to use them and how to avoid common mistakes when using them. You can find a transcript for this episode on our website: http://bit.ly/393TnGr Find out more about our work on Incoterms 2020 here: http://bit.ly/3qLH1tV We regularly talk about a broad range of topics that may be of interest to you. …
 
Incoterms, or International Commercial Terms, are a set of contract terms for international freight delivery. While the word itself creates some mystique, they are in fact simple - entirely concerned with the delivery of goods, especially in an international environment. Our Incoterms expert David Lowe, who is also global co-chair of the Incoterms …
 
David Lowe explains more about the key changes in the new edition of Incoterms - Incoterms 2020 - and how you should deal with them. You can find a transcript for this episode on our website: http://bit.ly/393TnGr Find out more about our work on Incoterms 2020 here: http://bit.ly/3qLH1tV We regularly talk about a broad range of topics that may be o…
 
With Brexit negotiations on hold for the UK election, our team looks beyond short-term political uncertainty. We highlight the key international trade risks for your business, and practical tips for maximising opportunities in the medium-long term. You can find a transcript for this episode on our website: https://bit.ly/3mmxCqT Find out more about…
 
In 2018, new measures were introduced to expand the scope of government intervention in mergers. This year, the government's briefing note accompanying the Queen's Speech proposes new rules on investment screening. What does this mean for business? Our experts examine the existing UK foreign direct investment rules, and explain what any expansion o…
 
Alex Ha Kyung Kim provides an update on the key developments in regulatory guidelines and enforcement actions, sharing key takeaway points and his outlook for the near future. You can find a transcript for this episode on our website: http://bit.ly/393TnGr Find out more about our Data Protection and Cyber Security team here: https://bit.ly/2LSymXV …
 
Natalie Barton-Howes provides practical advice to help you to understand the enforcement powers companies face and how to navigate a regulatory investigation in order to minimise the disruption to your business. You can find a transcript for this episode on our website: http://bit.ly/393TnGr Find out more about our Regulatory Crime team here: https…
 
The historic Supreme Court hearing and judgment on the proroguing of Parliament was hands down the case of the month. Despite the continuing Brexit uncertainty, employment law developments continue. Gowling WLG's employment, labour & equalities experts bring you the latest top five employment law developments that may affect your business.…
 
Last week, Boris Johnson refused Thomas Cook's request for financial assistance from the Government, reportedly to avoid a "moral hazard" for other failing businesses. Yet, when Condor – a German subsidiary of Thomas Cook – requested a reported €200m of financial assistance in that same week, the German government is reported to have provided a €32…
 
August is traditionally a quiet month for legal developments as Parliament and the Senior Courts' judges are on their summer holidays. Nevertheless, employment law developments continue. This month our pick of the latest developments and how they might impact your business are: Holiday Pay for term-time only workers not subject to pro rata reductio…
 
As the outcome of Brexit continues to remain unclear, Kieran Laird and Ian Chapman Curry from Gowling WLG's Brext Unit discuss some of the issues surrounding the second referendum and the circumstances needed for it to become a reality. You can find a transcript for this episode on our website: http://bit.ly/393TnGr Find out more about our Brexit U…
 
With the future of the UK and Brexit still remaining unclear, Ian Chapman-Curry, David Lowe and Clark Sargent discuss the issues arising in contract and commercial law if the UK leaves the EU. Whatever the outcome of the Brexit negotiations will be, businesses need to be prepared for every eventuality. Gowling WLG's Brexit Unit advises clients on p…
 
Restrictive covenants are a key tool for organisations to protect the business when an employee leaves. However, it is vital the drafting goes no further than reasonably necessary to protect a legitimate business interest. If they are drafted too widely, they are unenforceable. Martin Chitty and Siobhan Bishop discuss the landmark case of Tillman v…
 
Gowling WLG's employment, labour & equalities experts bring you the top five employment law developments from June 2019 that may affect your business. Here are our five significant employment law developments you should be aware of this month - what they are and how they might impact your business. Disability discrimination: perceived disability, p…
 
Gowling WLG's employment, labour & equalities experts bring you the latest top five employment law developments that may affect your business. Here are our five significant employment law developments you should be aware of this month - what they are and how they might impact your business. Employers are not required to match enhanced maternity pay…
 
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