UK - Capita Hartshead has been appointed third party administrator of the Safeway Pension Scheme.
Capita said the seven year contract would cover administration of Safeway’s defined benefit final salary section and defined benefit career average section (the CARE section), including pension fund accounting and pensioner payroll services.
Safeway was acquired by Wm Morrison Supermarkets in March 2004 and the Safeway Pension Scheme, which has a more than 38,000 members, will now be administered from Capita’s Sheffield-based head office.
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