Ruth joined Walker Morris in 2015 having previously practised in the City for many years. Ruth has considerable experience advising both employers and trustees on a wide range of pension matters including scheme re-organisations, amendments and winding-up. She also has considerable experience advising on the pensions aspects (including international pensions aspects) of banking and corporate transactions.
Ruth has a particular interest in the pensions issues faced by charities and is a member of the Pensions and Lifetime Savings Association working group looking at the how charities deal with pensions issues. She is a regular speaker and has written numerous articles on pensions issues and is a joint author of Tolley’s Pensions Law and is a member of the Practical Law Company consultative editorial board. She is also a member of a number of trade associations including: the Association of Pension Lawyers, APL Legislative and Parliamentary sub-committee and the PMI Yorkshire Group.
In their words
"Pensions law and regulation is a minefield of highly complex and technical rules. I get most job satisfaction when I have been able to solve a client's pensions issue in a pragmatic and commercial way and of course, been able to explain that solution in a straightforward and easily understandable way."