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Pensions - Scotland
"She always takes the time to explain complex matters in concise and straightforward terms."
This content is provided by Juliet Bayne
Juliet is practice lead for pensions law. Her hallmark is building strong, mutual and sustainable client relationships through clear and personable communication, coupled with practical and pragmatic advice.
Juliet's knowledge is wide-ranging and relates to defined benefit and money purchase/defined contribution arrangements, acting for both trustees and employers in the private and public sectors. Her experience includes advising on the pensions aspects of corporate transactions/restructuring, advising on employer debt legislation, scheme mergers, buy-ins and buy-outs, scheme wind ups, transfers to master trusts, advising on liability reduction/risk management projects, compliance with automatic enrolment regulations and advising on Pension Protection Fund matters and litigation cases. Juliet also has considerable experience in negotiating with, and reporting to, the Pensions Regulator.