UK - Norton Rose has recruited Martha Quinn as a senior associate in its pensions team.
Quinn – who joined the firm from Dundas & Wilson – has extensive experience in all aspects of pensions, particularly in connection with the Local Government Pension Schemes in the context of PFI projects.
Norton Rose pensions partner Lesley Browning – who jointly heads the pensions practice with Peter Ford – said: “Martha brings with her a wealth of experience having acted on many high profile transactions involving multi-jurisdictional and specialised pension schemes.”
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