UK - Hyman Robertson has selected Comino to provide next generation third-party pension scheme administration software.
Hymans will implement Comino’s Universal Pensions Management solution as the framework for administration systems.
The consultant appointed Comino following an analysis of 10 potential providers, and chose UPM’s process-based administration system for its web-enabled workflow technology and flexibility.
Hymans pensions administration practice manager and partner Brendan Mooney said:
“The adoption of the Comino solution represents a significant investment by Hymans Robertson and will ensure we maintain our existing strong position and commitment within the third-party administration market.”
Comino pensions director Mick Jennings added: “We believe this contract reinforces our commitment to the third-party administration sector.”
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