UK - The Leek United Building Society Pension and Assurance Scheme has hired Jardine Lloyd Thompson (JLT) to provide actuarial, consulting and administration services.
Commenting on the appointment, Keith Griffiths, secretary to the trustees at Leek United Building Society said: “We undertook a detailed selection process, seeking a provider capable of high quality strategic advice, combined with quality pension administration.”
Earlier this year the £43m JLT employee benefits group - a unit of Jardine Lloyd Thompson UK - also bagged a mandate at the £15m defined benefit pension scheme of window specialist firm C&C Marshall to provide administration, accounts and treasury services.
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