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We’ll CJEU in Court…or not!

The Upper Tribunal has rejected an application by the trustee of the British Coal Staff Superannuation Scheme for an expedited referral of its case to the Court of Justice of the European Union (“CJEU”). The Upper Tribunal decided that the unprecedented circumstances arising from the triggering of Article 50 did not alter its established test, … Continue Reading

No exit post-Brexit from property funds: what pension funds need to know about ‘gates’

In the wake of the Brexit vote, several asset managers have closed their UK property funds to redemptions – commonly known as imposing a ‘gate’. This highlights why pension funds and other investors should pay careful attention to the gating provisions in fund documents, both before entering into an investment and as part of the … Continue Reading
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