Capita Pensions has signed a five-year contract extension with the £66.5bn Universities Superannuation Scheme (USS) to continue to deliver the fund’s pension system and administration support.
The Marie Curie defined benefit (DB) scheme has entered into a circa £30m full scheme buy-in agreement with Legal & General (L&G) Assurance Society.
Capita Pensions has partnered with data technology solutions firm Intellica to tackle the GMP equalisation challenges facing pension schemes.
Capita has appointed Stuart Heatley as the managing director of its pensions business to succeed Nigel Purveur.
Capita has deferred a £31.7m deficit recovery contribution (DRC) due to the Capita Pension and Life Assurance Scheme in June 2020 to the second half of the year.
Professional Pensions spoke to Capita Pensions Consulting managing director Stuart Heatley as part of an exclusive series of interviews with the leaders of some of the UK’s leading pension consulting firms. This is what he had to say…
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This week's top stories were Capita's shares falling by over 40%, and Royal Mail reaching agreement with its union to launch the UK's first collective defined contribution scheme.
Shares in Capita have fell by over 40% this morning after the outsourcing firm announced it had suspended its dividend and initiated a multi-year transformation plan.
This week's top stories were potential strike action at Capita over closing its DB scheme, and Unite members narrowly rejecting Royal Mail plans to create cash balance scheme.
Now Pensions has appointed Neil Buckley as chief operating officer and Capita's Neil Brady as operations director in its Nottingham office.
Young savers are willing to give up employer contributions to save for retirement in the lifetime ISA (LISA), despite this reducing their potential funds.
Pensions administration can be made safer by the development of blockchain technology says Robin Hames.
The Pensions Regulator (TPR) has selected Capita for a further three years to continue the roll-out of automatic enrolment (AE) to small and micro employers.
This year’s survey reveals what schemes are looking for in administration systems and third-party administrators and highlights the key providers.
Trustees looking to understand what can go wrong with data transfers should read the NAO's report on the civil service Michael Klimes finds
A series of system and communication errors led to delayed pension payments to civil servants after administration was moved to MyCSP, a National Audit Office (NAO) report says.