Jardine Lloyd Thompson Benefit Solutions is to provide administration, accounts and treasury services to the £15m defined benefit pension scheme of window specialist firm C&C Marshall.
The pension scheme is contracted out on a protected rights basis for 450 active members, 190 deferred pensioners and 70 pensioners.
Jardine Lloyd Thompson Benefit Solutions senior consultant Bob Folley said: “I'm delighted to renew my business relationship with C&C Marshall, having helped them design their new final salary scheme in the early 1990s. We look forward to a long and mutually successful relationship in the future.”
JLT - which is taking over services previously administered by Watson Wyatt – is also responsible for managing the risk insurance business for C&C Marshall.
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