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Insolvency, Pensions

19th Biennial IPEBLA Conference

Monday 27th May 2024
Hilton Milan, Milan

David Pollard is speaking at the 19th Biennial IPEBLA Conference in Milan.

David will be speaking alongside Israel Goldowitz (The Wagner Law Group) and Jeffrey Sommers (Blakes) in a workshop discussing ‘Are insolvency laws contributing to the death of single employer DB plans?’. The workshop will be a comparative analysis of the treatment of DB plan deficits upon insolvency of the employer and how those laws are affecting DB sponsors’ access to capital.

The event will take place from Sunday 26th May to Wednesday 29th May. David is speaking on Monday.

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