ITALY - Italian airline Alitalia has appointed employee benefits firm Black Mountain to provide its actuarial, consulting and administration services for its UK pension scheme.
The £28m Alitalia Italian Airlines Pension and Assurance Scheme – with more than 170 active scheme members in the UK – will begin using services from the London office of Black Mountain from the beginning of next year.
Black Mountain won the mandate from Gissings and will be provide services for a total of 300 active, deferred and retired members.
By Jonathan Stapleton
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