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The Edward Nugee Memorial Lectures 2020

A series of Edward Nugee Memorial Pensions Lectures took place in June 2020.

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  • Contribution breaks from the trustees’ perspective
    Francesca Mitchell

  • Requests for contribution breaks: issues for trustees to consider
    Simon Atkinson

  • Issues for the employer
    Tom Robinson

  • Does Four Seasons really treat the rectification of pension schemes differently?
    James McCreath and Jonathan Chew

  • The use of the “prudence” test in pension scheme investment
    David Pollard

  • Prudence in extremis
    M Scott Donald (University of New South Wales)

  • “Payments” and “Discoveries”: Clark v HMRC [2020] EWCA Civ 204
    Jonathan Davey QC

  • The tax treatment of arrears of benefits and interest on those arrears
    Michael Furness QC

  • Revenue and Customs Commissioners v Sippchoice Ltd [2020] 4 WLR 80 [2020] UKUT 149 (TCC)
    Robert Ham QC

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