UK - Capita Hartshead has been appointed as the new administrator for RWE Thames Water's pension arrangements.
The schemes, previously administered in-house, are defined benefit arrangements covering more than 13,000 members over a six year period.
Mike Addenbrooke, managing director of Capita Hartshead, said: “We are thrilled to have secured this significant contract with RWE Thames Water and look forward to continuing our tradition of building successful long term partnerships with all our clients, including major UK Water PLCs.”
RWE Thames Water is the world’s largest water company serving some 70m customers worldwide.
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