PASA publishes guidance on eAdministration

The guidance was set up to help the industry plan for investment in new technology opportunities

Holly Roach
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The guidance was set up to support administrators, trustees, pension managers and sponsors
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The guidance was set up to support administrators, trustees, pension managers and sponsors

The Pensions Administration Standards Association (PASA) has launched guidance on eAdministration.

The guidance - launched by PASA's eAdmin Working Group - was set up to support administrators, trustees, pension managers and sponsors to benchmark their own arrangements and set objectives to plan for...

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