All our administrative services are provided by a single administration team dedicated to each client who take responsibility for all aspects of the administration of the pension scheme. We have over 200 administration specialists who have over 1,000 years of relevant pension administration work experience between them.
Our administration teams provide the full range of pension administration services which include:
We recognise that all our clients require a different level of support from us and firmly believe that our approach is sufficiently flexible to allow us to meet their requirements.
We use in-house software, BWebstream, developed specifically for our requirements to ensure clients’ needs are met in the most efficient way.
Our staff turnover is exceptionally low which means that we are able to provide continuity and have developed some excellent long term relationships with our clients.
We administer over 300 pension schemes varying in membership size from just a few members up to 15,000 members.
“The Administration team at Barnett Waddingham do a good job with good client focus and administration reports which are particularly well received”Pension Scheme Manager
VIDEO: We asked a number of delegates at the 2014 NAPF conference for their views on how they are seeing technology benefit pension schemes.
The Pensions Regulator has published a consultation on guidance for trustees of defined benefit schemes regarding member requests for transfers from DB to defined contribution schemes from 6 April 2015.
VIDEO: Paul Hamilton highlights how we use technology for the benefit of our pension scheme clients in our latest video.
In this month's News on Pensions we provide an trivial commutation, pensions liberation, late retirement factors, pension overpayments and PPF's 7800 index of schemes' funding.
Our Pension Administration Technical Help highlights pensions news and legislation that has particular interest to what we do in Pension Administration.
Our most recent quarterly newsletter on current and topical pensions issues includes trivial commutation, HMRC: VAT on pension schemes costs, PPF news, an auto-enrolment update and a spotlight on Executive Pensions.
Date announced for our highly-respected annual London Pensions Conference. Now in its sixth year, the conference will take place on 4 November.
The average FRS17 funding level of university pension schemes has improved, according to our 5th annual survey of University Self Administered Trusts (SATs).
A raffle held at the Barnett Waddingham staff Christmas party has helped to raise additional financial support for Crisis at Christmas – the charity that aims to end homelessness and help change people’s lives for the better.
In the last set of exam results we are delighted to have two new qualified actuaries and an excellent set of results for our hardworking actuarial students.
We have promoted three of our associates to the position of partner, taking the firm’s total number of partners to 62 and 13 staff to associates.
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