UK - Hammonds pensions partner Ian Greenstreet is to leave the firm to establish and head-up a pensions practice at Fox Williams.
Greenstreet, who has been a partner at Hammonds for the last three years, joins Fox Williams on October 14.
He said: “Fox Williams is already acting on contentious pensions matters, advising both employers in relation to their final salary schemes and action groups resisting final salary scheme closures.
“We will build on this contentious pensions work to develop a free-standing pensions practice.”
Fox Williams senior partner Ronnie Fox added: “We are planning carefully selected lateral hires to complement existing practice areas.
“Recruiting a pensions partner fits in with our business strategy because of his synergy with our employment group.”
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