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8 June 2020

Bringing the best out of pensions

I always wanted to be a Pensions lawyer…

Ok, so that’s stretching it a bit, but I did decide that I wanted to become a lawyer when I was still at school, albeit largely based on the 80s classic LA Law.

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Last update: 14 August 2020

Daniel Gerring
Daniel Gerring
Travers Smith
Partner and Head of Pensions

Senior Pensions Administrator

Salary: £40000 pa

Location: London (City), (currently home working with long-term remote working an option)

Pensions Covenant Consultant

Salary: £70000 pa

Location: Various office locations around the UK an option alongside home working

Pensions Covenant Senior Associate

Salary: £55000 pa

Location: Various locations across the UK alongside partial home working also an option

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