Spence & Partners achieves PASA accreditation

Holly Roach
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The firm is the fourth to be accredited/reaccredited this year
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The firm is the fourth to be accredited/reaccredited this year

Spence & Partners has received accreditation from the Pensions Administration Standards Association (PASA).

The firm joins other accredited members including Premier, Hymans Robertson, Barnett Waddingham, and Rothesay Life among others. PASA accredits firms who have demonstrated their commitment to hi...

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