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PASA appoints Chris Tagg as Board Director

We are thrilled to congratulate Chris Tagg, Partner, on his new additional role with the Pensions Administration Standards Association (PASA).

Hot off the press: FCA Retirement Outcomes Review

The FCA have today, published the Retirement Outcomes Review: Proposed changes to our rules and guidance, James Jones-Tinsley, self-invested technical specialist, thinks a number of the ‘findings’ are ‘stating the obvious’.

Barnett Waddingham appoints four new partners

We are delighted to announce the promotion of four of our associates to partners and 25 of our staff to associates.

Barnett Waddingham launches its first two pilot apprenticeship programmes

Barnett Waddingham launches its first two pilot apprenticeship programmes, providing training and guidance to the next generation of financial services pension administrators.

Barnett Waddingham defend title as Third-party Administrator of the Year at Pension and Investment Provider Awards

Our quality pension administration services have been commended for the second consecutive year at Pensions Expert’s Pension and Investment Provider Awards (PIPAs).

Some good news for pension saving prospects in latest ONS employment figures

The latest employment figures from the ONS include some good news for the prospect of further pension saving opportunities for women and older workers.

New Head of DC Investment at Barnett Waddingham

Barnett Waddingham, the UK’s largest independent provider of actuarial, administration and consultancy services, appoints Sonia Kataora as its new Head of DC Investment.

Barnett Waddingham appoints new Head of DC Investment to navigate evolving landscape

We are delighted to appoint Sonia Kataora as our new Head of DC Investment to lead the provision of investment advice to DC clients.

Could auto-enrolment increases negatively impact people’s current finances?

Minimum contributions increase to 5% on 5 April. Whilst increases are a good solution from a pensions perspective, our research suggests there is a possibility the increases could negatively impact people’s finances, resulting in more people opting out.

Pensions Freedom report

In its Pensions Freedom report published today, the Work and Pensions Committee recommends that every pension provider offering drawdown should be required to offer a default decumulation pathway.

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