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Barnett Waddingham
0333 11 11 222
We provide a full range of services to defined benefit (DB) pensions schemes operated by employers in the charity and not-for-profit sector

This includes:

  • Scheme Actuary services to pension scheme trustees
  • Investment consultancy advice
  • Pensions administration
  • Scheme secretarial services
  • Actuarial advice to employers

We currently provide one or more of these services to at least 75 DB pension schemes sponsored by employers in the sector.  This is indicative of the culture and values of the firm, and our ability to provide an efficient and cost-effective service.

A key feature of our work for defined benefit pension schemes is our partner-led, team based approach.  Each client is looked after by a partner who has overall responsibility for the delivery of our services, supported by a designated team of experienced professionals working together across the different disciplines.

This approach allows us to offer a joined-up and integrated service in all aspects of our work.

Further details of the services we can provide in these areas are set out in the following pages:

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