Nabarro raises default partner retirement age
Nabarro has raised its default partner retirement age from 60 to 62 and brought in a provision allowing partners to continue working beyond this limit if they desire. The move comes after the firm began a review of its retirement policy in the wake of legislative changes in 2011 to phase out default retirement ages for UK employees. Nabarro partners reaching the new retirement age will be able to continue working at the firm, subject to board approval.
Nabarro has raised its default partner retirement age from 60 to 62 and brought in a provision allowing partners to continue working beyond this limit if they desire.
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