Sackers has hired Harriet Dove and Mike Fallow as associates, bringing its total number of lawyers to 53.
The specialist pensions law firm appointed the duo last month, with Dove (pictured above) having joined from Wedlake Bell, while Fallow (pictured below) moved over from Stephenson Harwood.
Senior partner Ian Pittaway said the hires would boost the firm's advice and service to clients.
"Sackers is a growing law firm with a clear set of objectives," he said. "We aim to give the most commercial and pragmatic advice possible to support clients in what they want to achieve.
"Key to doing that is ensuring that we have lawyers at all levels of seniority so we are always looking to bring in new talent at associate level. Harriet and Mike are very welcome additions to the firm. They will enable us to offer well-structured teams that can provide excellent advice and service to clients at all levels."
Dove trained as a solicitor at Wedlake Bell from 2015 to September this year, latterly working within its pensions and employee benefits division since April.
Fallow was a pensions associate at Stephenson Harwood from 2016 to last month, and previously trained as a solicitor with Bevan Brittan from 2014 to 2016.
Former Financial Regulators Complaints Commissioner Antony Townsend is to become chair of an expanded Determinations Panel at The Pensions Regulator (TPR).
Six members of Ross Trustees’ pension trustee and support teams have been promoted into new roles.
Richard Butcher is set to spend another year as Pensions and Lifetime Savings Association (PLSA) chair as the trade body proposes his term is extended to autumn 2021.
PP looks at the pensions great and good who oversee contract-based schemes