UK - The House of Commons has appointed pensions services company rpmi to provide third party administration services to the trustees of the Parliamentary Contributory Pension Fund (PCPF).
Sir John Butterfill, chairman of trustees, said: "We are keen to work with rpmi as they have demonstrated a very strong commitment to quality and accuracy through their investments in people and technology.
"They have shown us that they understand the needs of Parliament and can deliver a high standard of pension service for our members. This low risk and member focused approach is something that fits well with our requirements for the administration of the fund."
David Maddison, client services director at rpmi, added: "This is an exciting opportunity for us to work with this high profile client and we are very pleased that they chose us over the competition. We followed a rigorous tender process and the fact we have been chosen is a testament to the quality of the services that we offer."
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