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Pension Administration

Managing the detail so you don't have to

Pension Administration is key – our range of pension administration services could save you considerable time and money

Highly efficient pension administration is the backbone of every organisation and at Broadstone we place considerable investment, time and attention to this area of pension service. Using pension administration software and systems to ensure we give the most effective and efficient pension administration service to all our clients, we really take the stress and time out of this aspect of pension management.

We believe that the intrinsic relationship between our pension administration specialist team and our actuarial and investment colleagues is at the heart of providing a truly ‘joined up’ experience for our clients.

Our administrators, who work within our trust based services team, possess a strong technical background combined with many years practical experience.  They cover a broad range of specialities, including pension payroll administrator roles. When you consider how much time and resource  we can save you, it’s hard to argue that outsourcing pension administration to us is the most sensible option. Our objective is to provide a clear, accurate and timely pensions administration service for pension scheme members and to ensure that costs, risks and drain on trustees’ time is avoided.

Our full range of administration services can be deployed as often or as little as required. In addition to the routine administration services and depending upon your brief we can tailor our services to your needs.

Most commonly these include:

  • Data management
  • Communications strategy
  • Member access, including online modelling facilities
  • Scheme accounting services
  • Payroll services
  • Member engagement and monitoring strategy
  • Record keeping
  • Systems and procedures

 

John Newman

John Newman

Director of Group Schemes Tel: +44 (0)20 3869 6841

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Our client wished to purchase another company which had a significant deficit in its defined benefit scheme which both vendor and purchaser agreed needed to close to future accrual, with a Group Personal Pension to be set up in its place. The adjustment to purchase price in respect of pensions could not be agreed. The deficit on a solvency basis was £18m
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