Peter White

Associate
Before qualifying in 2006 Peter worked for many years as a senior manager in Prudential's IFA distribution channel which included responsibility for the technical, administrative and regulatory aspects of Prudential's pensions products in the teams which he led. He was responsible for several successful high profile national projects. Now recognised by Chambers, he advises trustees and employers on a wide range of defined benefit and defined contribution pension related issues. Peter is a former chairman of the North West NAPF and is a member of the Association of Pension Lawyers (APL). Peter is a former chairman and non executive director of Northern Film Network (a not for profit organisation aimed at attracting people to the film industry). He is a keen mountain biker, classical guitarist and cook and lives with his family in Bolton.
Contributed to

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Anti-franking
Practice notes

This Practice Note looks at the working of the anti-franking legislation, which prevents occupational pension schemes from reducing the pension in excess of GMP to provide for GMP revaluation. In particular, this Practice Note covers when and how the legislation applies, the anti-franking regime before 6 April 2016, and provides some useful examples.

Practice areas

Panel

  • Contributing Author

Education

  • Royal Northern College of Music: GRNCM
  • Manchester Business School: MBA
  • College of Law: PgDL
  • College of Law: LPC

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