Barnett Waddingham purchases ANNalyticaTM to enhance the software solutions suite it offers to the insurance industry.
Last night, Barnett Waddingham won the organisation award for ‘Supporting Development’ at the Professional Pension's 'Rising Star Awards’!
Following a rigorous accreditation process, Barnett Waddingham's Pensions Administration team have, for the second time, been awarded the PASA ‘gold standard’ for their continued high standards - effective for the next two years.
Company assessment specialist AKG have awarded our SIPP business a rating of ‘B’ for the second consecutive year, meaning our financial strength has been deemed ‘strong’.
The Pensions Regulator (TPR) has today, Tuesday, 5 March, issued its latest annual funding statement - aimed at Defined Benefit (DB) schemes with valuation dates between September 2018 and September 2019. Paul Houghton, Head of Actuarial Consulting at Barnett Waddingham, welcomes the regulators message.
Rosie Marsh has been appointed to Barnett Waddingham's Actuarial Consulting team to advise trustees on their Defined Benefits and Defined Contributions arrangements.
The Government have this week issued a written statement announcing their decision to pause the cost cap process across all public service schemes. This delay is a consequence of the McCloud judgement, which could result in all public service schemes having to unravel the transitional protections built into the new schemes, post Hutton’s review. There is currently an application to appeal the McCloud case but we do not yet know what the timescales are for the outcome to be known.
We are welcoming industry specialist Ian Mills to the BW team, enhancing our investment consulting offering and helping to develop services to DB pension schemes.
Rosie Fantom joins Barnett Waddingham to help drive our bulk annuity services forward, with significant experience in pension scheme de-risking, insurance and regulatory services.
Barnett Waddingham, the UK’s largest independent provider of actuarial, administration and consultancy services, has appointed Elizabeth Renshaw-Ames as its new non-executive chair as of January 2019. Keith Satchell will be stepping down from the role after 11 years of service to the firm.