Neil MacGillivray: A complex and expensive mess - the McCloud judgment

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Neil MacGillivray: A complex and expensive mess - the McCloud judgment

Neil MacGillivray takes a dive into the McCloud judgment, which has presented challenges for advisers dealing with clients impacted by the court case

Back in 2015 the main public service pension schemes were notably reformed. However, in December 2018 the Court of Appeal found that transitional protection arrangements, which allowed certain members...

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