Partner, National Head of Pensions
Martin is a very experienced practitioner who has been dealing with pension issues since the Maxwell Case (where he acted for the Mirror Group Pensioners successfully recovering lost funds).
He is the author of "Pensions Act 2004" (Oxford University Press) and a contributor to a number of publications including Sweet & Maxwell’s "Law of Pension Schemes" and Butterworths’ "Pension Law".
Martin leads the pension law team at Irwin Mitchell. He has worked extensively with pension trustees and/or sponsors on such matters as benefit review and de-risking recently.
In addition Martin leads product development in other areas of pension industry such as personal pension plans, excepted group plans and off-shore arrangements.
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