Trowers & Hamlins appointed to the National LGPS Frameworks panel


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International law firm Trowers & Hamlins has been re-appointed to the National LGPS Frameworks panel, following a highly competitive procurement process.

Trowers has been appointed to lots; 5) Benefit administration, Employer Bodies and Governance (England& Wales) and 7) Benefit administration, Employer Bodies and Governance (Northern Ireland). The panel will commence on 14 January 2019 and run for four years.

The National LGPS Procurement Framework is a direct example of funds with shared interests and visions collaborating effectively to deliver benefits both locally and nationally across the entire LGPS.

Martin McFall, who led the team at Trowers commented:

"We are delighted to be re-appointed to the National LGPS Frameworks panel. Our appointment demonstrates the level of expertise in our public sector pensions team and the wider resource we have across our business. Our culture is about making a difference and helping to generate opportunities for local government and communities. This resonates with the work of National LGPS Frameworks and we look forward to working on future projects together."

Nicola Mark, Head of Norfolk Pension Fund and Chair of the National LGPS Frameworks collaboration, said:

“I’m delighted to announce this framework which offers LGPS funds and pools easy access to a range of specialist, qualified legal services providers, chosen for their specific pensions and investment expertise. It is also continues to demonstrate successful collaboration across LGPS funds and pools’.

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