For scheme actuary requirements, full-service actuarial consulting or standalone projects, a bespoke team will deliver to your individual needs, and an experienced partner will remain personally involved at all levels of the work.
We actively support you in effective scheme management, providing easy access to funding and other information via insightful online tools.
We assist with all aspects of pension scheme governance, and provide comprehensive trustee training to enhance your knowledge.
“I would not hesitate in recommending Barnett Waddingham's services as advisers to the Trustees. Throughout their appointment they have delivered a first class service relating to all aspects of Plan matters. The team are highly professional and build strong relationships with their client and the client's other advisers with ease. Their advice is always well researched and thought out, and is both relevant and realistic, and they are highly skilled in understanding the exact needs of their client. They are pleasure to work with and represent good value for money.”Paula Maguire, Pensions Manager
Our experienced pension administration team is equipped to help with the day-to-day running of your scheme, handling member data sensitively, accurately and securely through our proprietary systems which can be adapted to your exact needs.
We also offer clear and independent investment advice across the full range of pension fund management solutions, based on a thorough understanding of your scheme’s risk profile and objectives.
Our growing client portfolio includes defined benefit (DB) and deﬁned contribution (DC) schemes, hybrid, open and closed schemes, and those in a Pension Protection Fund (PPF) assessment period.
As advisers to around 500 DB pension funds in the UK, we provide tailored services to schemes ranging in size from less than £1 million to some of the biggest schemes valued at over £5 billion.
From low-levels yields to geopolitical turmoil, this thought piece looks at the impact on pension funds and what you need to consider to plan ahead.
How do your members receive, integrate, manage, transmit, secure and future-proof information when it comes to paperless pensions? Julie Walker explains why the advantages of online scheme member’s engagement, outweigh the cons.
We explore how securitised credit provides an attractive return to help close the funding gap, as well as being a way for schemes to diversify their collateral pool with good fundamentals underlying the bonds.
The 103rd edition of PATHways highlights pensions news and legislation that has particular relevance to what we do in pension administration.
With TPR being alert to changing pension schemes and the effects this has on the assets within the scheme, early planning will become vital for our clients. Our latest Investment Insights paper will help you tackle these challenges.
Our Executive Pensions team has considerable experience in advising senior ALMO staff on their pension benefits. This briefing note covers substantial changes that have recently taken place in the pensions legislation directly affecting such high-earners.
Join Partner and Head of Higher Education; Paul Hamilton as he looks at the recent actuarial valuation of the Teachers’ Pension Scheme (TPS), in particular the impact on independent schools and universities.
The high court judgement on the GMP equalisation Lloyds case has been handed down. Does it open the door to the opportunity of genuine pension simplification, or slam it shut? Join our webinar as we discuss what this means for trustees and sponsors;
The Pension Protection Fund's levy consultation sets out draft rules for the PPF levy and significant changes on the way this will be calculated. Join our seminar to discuss the proposed changes with our team of experts in an open forum.
Bulk Annuities: Where next in the de-risking journey? The bulk annuity market hit new heights in 2018. For the first time in history pension scheme buy-in and buy-out transactions exceeded £20bn.
The UK pension scheme market is changing. While schemes continue to mature, their priorities and needs evolve. Schemes must reconsider their strategy, including asking if they have the right strategic partner to meet their needs.
Highly competitive insurer pricing compared to gilts is providing extremely attractive opportunities for schemes to remove both financial and longevity risks.
Our national Pension Management team has a broad range of experience in the running of pension schemes and can provide tailored support as part of the client’s own team.
We played a critical role in helping secure the pensions of 9,000 BHS staff. Our work for this client has been very much a team approach, with a number of service areas coming together to provide advice and support to achieve a superb result.
Our client, P&O, has around £1.5 billion of pension liabilities on an IAS19 basis, in three separate defined benefit (DB) pension arrangements.
Through our hard work and dedication to clients we have been accredited a ‘Gold Award’ from the independent Investor in Customers (IIC) assessment process for our consultancy and administration services.
The FCA have published pension related proposals designed to improve pension transfer advice. This includes a proposed ban on contingent charging for pension transfer advice. Simon Taylor welcomes the proposal and supports the increase in transparency.
Our independent advisory services for fiduciary management is evolving, with a name change to FM Evaluate, and a new leader. Previously called Fiduciary Management Oversight, the change to FM Evaluate.