Natasha has held positions in national law firm Beachcroft LLP as a financial services legal and regulatory consultant and more recently in specialist financial services firm Regulatory Legal Solicitors. She has also held directorships in a number of regulated businesses and worked in various in-house legal, technical and compliance roles in the life, pensions and investment sector.
An experienced and innovative legal and regulatory professional with a broad range of expertise, she is a dynamic project and change manager providing creative, pragmatic solutions to business problems.
Natasha provides advice to firms and individuals regulated by the FCA, PRA and those seeking to understand if they need to be regulated.
In her spare time, Natasha enjoys travel, theatre, arts and crafts and boxing.
This Practice Note looks at pension liberation fraud, what it is, why it happens, its structures and characteristics (eg pension liberation schemes such as pension reciprocation plans, layering arrangements, the use of Self Invested Personal Pensions (SIPPs) and ‘unregulated’ investments). This Practice Note also covers the considerations for the various parties involved (eg lawyers, pension savers, regulated advisers, trustees, administrators, SIPP providers, unregulated introducers, investment providers) and government measures to combat pension scams (eg the ban on pensions cold calls/cold calling, restrictions to the statutory right to transfer, the HMRC registration requirement for a non-dormant employer).
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