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. Our team includes over 400 administration specialists who have over 1,000 years of relevant pension administration work experience between them.
We 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.
“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
Informed members make informed decisions - but effective engagement doesn’t just happen, it needs a well-defined strategy with clear understanding of where schemes and members are now, where they want to be, and the tools to help them get there.
The defined benefit pensions Green Paper contains some interesting suggestions, particularly on funding for distressed schemes – however, it concludes that there are no systemic failings with the current model.
We were delighted to become one of only two third-party administrators to achieve PASA Accreditation in January, but the process was far from easy. David Connell offers his inside view on the process and explains why this is such a prestigious accolade.
Our 89th edition of PATHways highlights pensions news and legislation that has particular relevance to what we do in pension administration.
Our 88th edition of PATHways highlights pensions news and legislation that has particular relevance to what we do in pension administration.
Our 87th edition of PATHways highlights pensions news and legislation that has particular relevance to what we do in pension administration.
Highly competitive insurer pricing compared to gilts is providing extremely attractive opportunities for schemes to remove both financial and longevity risks.
This is our eighth annual survey of the assumptions adopted by UK universities for determining the value of their pension liabilities for accounting purposes.
In April 2015 the government introduced legislative changes designed to increase flexibility for individuals when accessing their pension savings from age 55 onwards. To find out how DB schemes are reacting to the new flexibilities we conducted a survey.
We are thrilled to congratulate Chris Tagg, Partner, on his new additional role with the Pensions Administration Standards Association (PASA).
Our quality pension administration services have been commended for the second consecutive year at Pensions Expert’s Pension and Investment Provider Awards (PIPAs).
We are thrilled to have received a ‘gold award’ from the independent Investor in Customers (IIC) assessment process for our pension administration service.