The Scottish Public Pensions Agency (SPPA) has requested £18.4m from the Scottish government over the next five years in order to deliver a replacement IT project after a Capita project was cancelled.
A report published on 4 October by public body Audit Scotland - relating to the accounts of the SPPA - revealed the SPPA had spent approximately £6.3m on a doomed IT project that sought to deliver bespoke...
Capita has appointed Stuart Heatley as the managing director of its pensions business to succeed Nigel Purveur.
Barnett Waddingham’s Paul Latimer considers the year ahead
Pension administration firm Trafalgar House has been appointed by the Siemens Benefits Scheme and the Siemens Healthineers Benefits Scheme.
While the dashboard timeline needs to be flexible enough to help the least well-prepared schemes get ready, Nigel Peaple says schemes are being constructive and solution-focused.
Alan Casey sets out how schemes can use HMRC GMP listings even where they are riddled with errors