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UK - May 2015

UK member Abbiss Cadres expands its immigration and pension expertise

Founding member firm, multi-disciplinary HR specialist Abbiss Cadres, has announced two senior appointments further strengthening their growing team.

Jonathan Martin, an immigration Barrister with more than 17 years’ experience, has joined to work alongside Partner and Head of Global Mobility Consulting, Tim Wells, and Tax Partner Bina Gayadien in the Global Mobility team.  He will help global employers with advice and support on preparing and submitting visa applications under the UK Points Based System, coordinating global immigration applications and the provision of in-depth advice on more complex cases.

Gary Cullen, a well known pension lawyer, returns to the firm as a Partner. Gary whose background includes being a Pensions Partner at two leading UK law firms for over sixteen years is a regular media commentator on the UK pensions market. He will advise both UK and overseas businesses on the wide range of critical pensions challenges facing them, from strategic approaches to auto enrolment, to pension scheme liability management, and meeting employer obligations raised by recent pensions liberation reforms.

For further information on either appointment please contact Caroline O’Keeffe on +44 (0)203 051 5711.


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