We are extremely proud and delighted to announce that Premier has won the pension industry's most prestigious award for pension scheme administration.
The category for Third Party Administrator is independently judged by a panel of experts with the award going to the administrator that has demonstrated outstanding standards of service, performance and innovation.
Premier, the leading pensions, benefits and actuarial firm, today announced the addition of SIG plc to their portfolio of administration clients. SIG plc is a leading specialist distributor of insulation and energy management, exteriors and interiors products for the European construction and related markets. The company has a UK defined benefit £100 million scheme with a total of 942 members, which is closed to new entrants and open to future accrual.
Premier, the leading pensions, benefits and actuarial firm, today announced that they have appointed Stephanie Murphy as Senior Actuary and Consultant. Stephanie will be based in the Company’s head office in Croydon and will be advising both trustee and corporate clients.
As the staging date for auto-enrolment draws closer, you and the rest of the UK employers may wonder ‘How will it affect me? How can I make the best out of it?' Let Premier's experts guide you through the practical steps you need to take in the run-up to your staging date.
Premier, the leading pensions, benefits and actuarial firm, today announced that they have been selected as Third Party Administrator by Cookson Group plc (now Vesuvius plc) for their £500 million final salary scheme. The scheme, which has 5500 members transfers to Premier in June.
For the third year running Premier has been shortlisted in the Third-Party Administrator of the Year category as well as being recognised for the first year in the Auto-enrolment Adviser of the Year category.
The UK Pensions Awards are regarded as the industry's most prestigious accolades, which recognise continuous and ongoing improvement.
The Pensions Regulator is consulting on a new regulatory DC code for workplace trust based DC schemes. The proposals include a set of 31 quality features and a ‘comply or explain’ regime under which schemes must demonstrate how they comply with the quality features or explain the decision not to comply.
The proposed DC code will not apply to work based personal pensions as these are covered by an existing FSA regulatory regime which the regulator considers is similar to the new proposals.
The consultation ends on 28 March 2013.
Premier, the leading pensions, benefits and actuarial firm, today announced the addition to their service portfolio of an innovative Board Portal Solution by governance specialist’s eShare, for clients to more effectively manage meetings.