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Half-Day Seminar: A Guide to the Treatment of Pensions on Divorce
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05 December 2019
Mills & Reeve – Manchester; 1 New York Street; Manchester; M1 4HD
09:00 – 14:00

Pensions are often the single largest asset after the family home for divorcing couples, yet there has been inconsistency of approach to pensions in divorce cases across England and Wales and a considerable shortfall in understanding. Following the Pension Advisory Group’s long awaited report, ‘A Guide to the Treatment of Pensions on Divorce’, Mills & Reeve LLP and The University of Manchester are holding a seminar bringing together leading protagonists and thinkers in this debate, including five PAG members. The seminar will consider different disciplinary, social and industry perspectives on this incredibly thorny issue.

Speakers: • Philip Way, Partner, Mills & Reeve: Chair • Rhys Taylor, Barrister, The 36 Group and 30 Park Place: What you need to know – the Pension Advisory Group Report • Christopher Brooks, AGE UK: The realities of pensions on divorce • Kate Routledge, Actuary, & Paul Cobley, Independent Financial Adviser: Pensions on divorce: the financial adviser perspective • Debbie Price, Professor of Social Gerontology, University of Manchester: Pensions on divorce: the wider context • Grant Lazarus, Barrister, 7 Harrington St Chambers: Negligence actions in pensions on divorce cases • Jane Portas, PwC, Insuring Women’s Futures: The pensions on divorce working group
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