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DWF appoints new pensions partner

07 May 2021
DWF, the global provider of integrated legal and business services, has appointed pension expert, Marcus Fink as Partner. 
Marcus joins DWF having spent the past few years as an independent legal consultant working on high profile pensions matters. Prior to that, he was a director at PwC’s pension legal team until March 2019. Before that, he was a Partner and head of the pensions practice at Ashurst LLP. 

Marcus has over 20 years of experience in advising clients on a broad range on pension matters, including advising on the pensions aspects of mergers and acquisitions, restructurings (both solvent and insolvent), investment law, data protection and regulatory compliance. 

At DWF, Marcus will lead the pension team in London and focus on advising organisations and pension trustees on all aspects of pensions law.

Joanne Frew, Deputy Global Head of Employment & Pensions, at DWF said, "I am delighted that Marcus is joining DWF to lead our pension team in London. His experience and reputation in the market aligns with our business' deep pedigree in supporting clients though a huge range of pension matters. I look forward to working closely with Marcus and establishing a successful team in London."

Marcus, said, "I am excited to join DWF and lead the pension team in London. DWF's strong national identity and a clear global presence is definitely a key attraction to joining the business. My experience and drive, together with DWF's reputation in the market, will allow me to create a thriving practice in London. I look forward to getting started and working with the team."

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