The trustee of the Honda Group UK Pension Scheme has appointed Punter Southall to provide actuarial services from its Bristol office.
The 5,000-member scheme said it carried out a rigorous tendering process to find an actuarial service provider.
Honda Group UK Pension Scheme chairman Ray Runza, said: "In seeking to appoint a new actuarial services provider, we were impressed by the commitment, professionalism and insight of Chris [Mapp] and his team.
"Combined with their use of cutting edge technology, these qualities made Punter Southall the outstanding candidate."
Punter Southall principal Chris Mapp added: "Honda is a highly regarded household name, with which we are proud to be associated, and we look forward to enjoying a constructive and rewarding relationship with the scheme trustees."
Employee numbers at the consultancy's Bristol office have trebled in the last three years, and it has a total staff of over 750 across the UK and the US.
Earlier this year the Court of Appeal rejected the Honda scheme's case on faulty documents, which left it facing additional liabilities of between £47m and £70m (PP Online, 6 May).
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