Junior Lawyer - Pensions
The person for this role will demonstrate an ability to manage their own time and will be self motivated about their work responsibilities. They will be expected to demonstrate the ability to build relationships within PwC and will be comfortable working in a cross disciplinary team. They will be technically competent (as appropriate for a junior solicitor) and willing to share their knowledge with Pensions specialists.
About the role The PwC Legal Pensions team works with a broad range of clients, advising mostly corporate clients with some trustee work, on all aspects of pensions in today's market.
They have a strong working relationship with various teams in PwC, particularly People & Organisation, Tax and Business Recovery Services (BRS). This structure means they are able to offer clients a multi-disciplinary approach to solving pensions issues.
There is an opportunity for a lawyer with some specialist pensions experience to join the team. The Pensions legal team has grown significantly over the past few years and forms part of the wider PwC
Advising corporate clients and trustees on all aspects of pensions
Drafting and reviewing documents, scheme documentation, decision-making, compliance
Bulk annuity contracts,
Working with other PwC teams on special projects such as mergers, scheme terminations and benefit redesign and liability management
Advising on corporate issues such as due diligence,
Public sector pensions
Advising on investment issues and
Advising on SPV's to support scheme funding, eg escrow arrangements and Scottish Limited Partnerships
Advising in relation to disputes
Business development - having an awareness of the importance of this for both internal and external contacts
Attendance at conferences/forums and networks associated with Pensions industry
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