Rebecca Bennett

Rebecca Bennett joined the Needle Partnership in October 2013 and is currently a trainee in financial services.

Rebecca graduated from university with a Bachelor of Laws honours degree and is currently undertaking her Legal Practice Course at BPP Law School in Leeds. Before joining the Needle Partnership, Rebecca worked as a legal assistant for Minster Law Solicitors in their technical litigation department and has experience in litigation matters.

In her spare time Rebecca enjoys cooking, travelling and socialising with friends.
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Pension liberation—an introduction
Practice notes

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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