Pinsent Masons promotes 23 staff to partner

Two pensions staffers promoted in bid to diversify ‘outside traditional legal services’

Hope William-Smith
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Pinsent Masons' UK operations are headquartered near Liverpool Street in the City of London
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Pinsent Masons' UK operations are headquartered near Liverpool Street in the City of London

Two pensions team employees at law firm Pinsent Masons are among 23 staff promoted into its partnership as it looks to diversify its traditional cohort.

Head of Pinsent Masons Pensions Services Christina Bowyer is one of the new partners and will lead a team in supporting businesses on a range of critical pension issues. She will also act as an independent...

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