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Implementation Of The Transparency Directive In The United Kingdom
On 20 January 2007 the Transparency Directive ("TD") was implemented in the United Kingdom with effect from 20 January 2007 through the Financial Services Authority’s ("FSA") Transparency Obligations Directive (Disclosure and Transparency Rules) Instrument 2006. This note is a brief guide to the main changes resulting from the implementation of the TD in the UK.
UK
22 Jan 2007
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Another ERISA Fiduciary Duty Wake-Up Call
Does your company use a retirement plan consultant to help plan how best to invest the company’s pension or 401(k) plan money?
United States
8 Jul 2005
3
Liabilities, Deficits and Buy-Outs: The Impact of Pensions on Corporate Finance
Liability relating to company pension schemes has increased substantially over recent years and has become much more visible in corporate finance. In particular, pension scheme deficits now appear in company accounts and it has become common for pension scheme liabilities to be discussed in the front end of circulars and offer documents.
United States
 
9 Mar 2005
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Pension Schemes and Disability Discrimination
From 1 October 2004 changes in the law have been introduced which impose controls on the way occupational pension schemes can operate in relation to disabled people.
United States
8 Feb 2005
5
The Pensions Trap: Issues for Private Equity Investors
Pensions are increasingly a major focus in the acquiring and running of businesses. This article alerts private equity investors to the implications of incoming pensions legislation and acts as a reminder of pensions related issues generally.
UK
26 Jan 2005
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Changing the Terms of a Pension Scheme
As winding up a pension scheme has become such an expensive option, more and more companies are considering changing the terms of the scheme and the benefits they provide in order to reduce pension scheme liabilities.
United States
3 Dec 2004
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Employee Pension Rights Upon the Transfer of a Business
Two recent decisions by the European Court of Justice, and new legislation in the form of the Pensions Act 2004, are likely to have a significant effect on the transfer of employee rights upon an asset sale.
UK
2 Dec 2004
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The Pensions Act 2004: Issues for Pension Schemes
Under the Act, it will no longer be possible to opt out of the procedure for electing member nominated trustees or member nominated directors of a trustee company.
UK
1 Dec 2004
9
The Pensions Act 2004: The New Regulator
The Pensions Act 2004 (the "Act") received Royal Assent on 19 November 2004. Its provisions are expected to come into force from April 2005.
UK
30 Nov 2004
10
The Pensions Act 2004: Pension Protection Fund
The Pensions Act 2004 (the "Act") received Royal Assent on 19 November 2004. Most of its provisions are expected to come into force in April 2005.
UK
30 Nov 2004
11
The Pensions Act 2004: Moral Hazard Clauses
The Pensions Act 2004 (the "Act") received Royal Assent on 19 November 2004. Most of its provisions are expected to come into force in April 2005.
UK
30 Nov 2004
12
Vesting Periods For Pensions —The Promise of a Promise is… a Promise
Even if an employer quits his job in Germany before being entitled to a full pension, he may not necessarily be left with empty hands.
Germany
8 Jul 2004
13
Some Common Approaches To Pension Plan Deficits
Occupational pension plan deficits are becoming headline news. Deficits have been caused principally by poor investment performance, low interest rates and increased member longevity.
United States
17 May 2004
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Sexual Orientation And Pensions
With effect from 1 December 2003 the Government has introduced new anti-discrimination legislation which prohibits discrimination on grounds of sexual orientation and religious beliefs.
UK
4 May 2004
15
Occupational Pension Schemes and Transfers of Undertakings: Do Early Retirement Benefits Transfer?
The Transfer of Undertakings (Protection of Employment) Regulations 1981 ("TUPE"), which transpose the EC Acquired Rights Directive (77/187/EC) into UK law, are applicable upon the transfer of an undertaking or business (or part of a business) to another employer.
United States
 
15 Mar 2004
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