Martin McFall


Martin McFall is a partner in Trowers & Hamlins' pensions department which he joined in 2008. Martin specialises in pensions law and advises on all aspects of pensions law including standalone scheme advisory issues and the pensions aspects of corporate transactions and outsourcing.

Martin's experience includes providing advice on matters such as scheme design, governance issues and the termination and administration of pension arrangements. He has particular knowledge of drafting and negotiating project agreements relating to PFI transactions including the pensions aspects of the Retention of Employment Model.

He is experienced in advising authorities and contractors on admission agreement and guarantee bond issues in relation to the local government pension scheme and employees' benefits under the relevant regulations.

Martin is recognised by The Legal 500 2015 and Chambers & Partners' Guide to the Legal Profession 2016 as a leading practitioner in Pensions.

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Making pension scheme investment sustainable – the new rules and what do they mean in practice?

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Brexit update – what this means for employment?

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Deficit management under the Local Government Pension Scheme

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Bulk transfers from the Social Housing Pension Scheme

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Pension scheme trustees must comply with the formalities under the rules to introduce new benefits for members

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