UK - Thames Valley-based law firm Pitmans Solicitors has promoted David Hosford to partner in its pensions department.
Hosford is an associate of the Pensions Management Institute and also a member of the Association of Pension Lawyers where he serves on its investment sub-committee, he has advised trustees and employers on all aspects of occupational and personal pension schemes since 1994. Pitmans head of the pensions department David Archer said: “David’s promotion to partner is deserved recognition of his value to us and to our clients through the very high quality of his work, which is particularly pertinent now that Pitmans is the only law firm in the Thames Valley with a dedicated pensions department.”
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