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White Paper are an organisation who provide advanced-level legal and business conferences. They are soon holding a conference entitled ‘Pensions Law: Shaping New Developments into Solution-Focused Answers for your Clients’ that aims to provide answers to the biggest legal matters facing the pensions industry.
Nicolas Stallworthy KC is due to be answering the question ‘What are the practical and legal implications of the new notifiable events triggers and “declarations of intent”, and which corporate activities will likely be caught?’
Richard Hitchcock KC is discussing the answer to the question ‘How much leeway do trustees have to exclude asset classes or pressure fund managers to invest in specific ways, e.g. ESG?’
Please click here to find out more details about the conference as well as to book your ticket.
He undertakes cases concerning the interpretation of trusts, contracts, financial instruments & legislation; and the application of trust principles in the broader commercial context. His professional negligence practice focuses on solicitors, insurance companies, benefits consultants, professional trustees, actuaries & investment advisers.
He also has extensive experience of regulatory cases under the pensions regulatory regime. His work is conducted in the Business & Property Courts, the Tax & Chancery Chamber of the Upper Tribunal and appellate courts.
Richard Hitchcock KC has broad experience of acting as adviser and advocate in the commercial sphere.
In recent years his practice has become principally focused in five complimentary areas: Trusts and Occupational Pension Schemes; Commercial Chancery; Civil Fraud; Banking and Financial Services and Professional Negligence.