UK - British Airways Pensions has appointed pension administration software provider aquila to supply the group with a new pension administration system.
aquila said the decision followed a detailed review of pension systems by BA Pensions over a number of months.
Commenting on the appointment, Ken Emerson, head of IT for British Airways Pension Services, said: “We’ve worked very diligently over the past few months to identify the most effective pension system to administer our scheme. In [aquila] we have selected a system that will enable us to meet the current and future needs of both our members and trustees.”
David Ackroyd, CEO of aquila, said: “British Airways Pensions was looking for a pension administration system that would allow them to continue to offer a high standard of service to their members and provide their trustees with all the information they need.
“aquila’s position as the market leader in the provision of pension solutions, together with our track record in implementing projects on time and our ability to provide a fully hosted solution ensures British Airways Pensions has chosen the right partner to provide and support its next generation pension system.”
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