Nancy C. Brower 
Areas of Experience

University of North Carolina, JD, 1989, Order of the Coif

Louisiana Tech University, BS, 1983, magna cum laude

Professional and Community Activities

Charlotte Women Attorneys

Member, American Society of Pension Professionals & Actuaries

Charlotte Pension Forum, President 2014 - 2015, Program Co-Chair, 1998-1999 Board of Directors, 1999 - 2000

Certified Employee Benefits Specialist Instructor, 1995

Southern Employee Benefits Conference

Charlotte Area Compensation Council

Charlotte Benefits Forum 

Notable Accomplishments
Jurisdictions Licensed
301 S. College Street, Suite 2300, Charlotte, NC 28202t: 704.342.5275||
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Nancy practices in the area of employee benefits and represents public, private, governmental and non-profit employers. She has significant experience designing and documenting retirement plans and executive compensation plans as well as providing administrative advice on these plans. Nancy has represented clients before the Internal Revenue Service and Department of Labor, and she has represented clients in matters involving employee benefit due diligence, negotiation and planning in the context of mergers and acquisitions.

Representative Experience

  • Designs and documents retirement plans
  • Advises clients on changes in law and amends retirement plans to comply with changes in federal law
  • Designs, documents and amends qualified and nonqualified plans for governmental and non-profit employers
  • Provides administrative advice on retirement plans
  • Represents clients before Internal Revenue Service and Department of Labor, including utilization of voluntary compliance programs and resolution of government audit and penalty assessments
  • Designs and documents executive compensation plans
  • Provides administrative advice on welfare plans
  • Assists on employee benefit due diligence, negotiation, and planning in the context of mergers and acquisitions
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