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WATCH: Pensions Lecture #2: Does Four Seasons really treat the rectification of pension schemes differently?

Tuesday 16 June 2020
11am - 12pm
Online, Zoom Webinar
1.0 CPD

This webinar was delivered by James McCreath and Jonathan Chew, and they covered the following:
• Is an outward expression of accord ever necessary in pensions cases?
• What does the “cogent evidence” requirement mean and how does it apply?
• Who needs to give evidence?
• Whose (or what) evidence matters with corporate decision makers?

Tom Robinson chaired the session.


The Zoom recording of the webinar and slides can be found below.

If you have any queries please email seminars@wilberforce.co.uk

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