About us


Our lawyers have the necessary skills to provide a customised and high-quality service for our clients in advisory matters and litigation, both in the UK and internationally.

With a client roster of more than 500 occupational pension schemes, we look at what our clients are trying to achieve and give the most commercial and pragmatic advice to reach that objective.


History

In 1966 respected solicitor Harry Sacker left his role at Linklaters to set up his own practice taking along with him his most loyal clients. He then set up an office providing legal services in commercial law, including pensions. As Sacker and Partners’ reputation grew, so did the size of the firm, and in 1990 the partnership decided to refine its focus to become a specialist law firm advising the pensions industry. Harry retired, leaving a thriving specialist practice with a strong reputation as trusted advisers to trustees and employers of pension arrangements.


Our Culture

We are largely formed by the individuals who make up the firm and we work hard to maintain our position as trusted advisers. We look at what our clients are trying to achieve and give the most commercial and pragmatic advice to reach their goals. We thrive in a changing environment and adapt ourselves to these changes with utmost professionalism. This is one of the reasons we have so many long standing clients, with some relationships lasting decades.

Our values:

  • Excellence
  • Commercial and pragmatic solutions for our clients
  • Client care from building long lasting relationships

Our role in the pensions community

Sackers is at the heart of the pensions industry. We participate in various industry bodies such as the PLSA, APL, SPP and PMI and are at the leading edge of key debates.

We act on Government consultations on pensions which could have an impact on our clients. On past occasions, these have shaped the final piece of legislation. We also work closely with The Pensions Regulator by maintaining a strong understanding to its approach to matters.

We are regular authors for the pensions press and we contribute to mallowstreet, the online forum for the pension industry.

We also work with the following industry organisations:

  • The Association of Pension Lawyers
  • The Pensions Management Institute
  • The Pensions and lifetime Savings Association
  • The Society of Pensions Professionals
  • The Pensions Advisory Service
  • Pension Chair

As well as: the Association of Professional Pension Trustees, Pension investment Academy, Pensions Working Group and the Security of DC Assets Working Party.


Corporate Social Responsibility

As a responsible leading entity, we are committed to reduce our impact on the environment and build enduring relationships with our charity partners and local communities.

Employing the best minds in the industry, we are committed to delivering the highest results based on the most efficient solutions for the best interests of our clients.

We participate in local projects and communities, and we invest in local causes. We support a number of charities, although this year our main focus is on the Childhood Eye Cancer Trust, and Remembering not to Forget, as well as maintaining our long running relationship with Contact the Elderly, a charity working with older people who live alone and have limited contact with the outside world.