Equiniti Group has bought Aquila from AquilaHeywood for an undisclosed sum.
Equiniti buys Cabinet Office stake in MyCSP for £8m; Wins extension to Civil Service pensions admin deal
Equiniti has bought the Cabinet Office's 24% stake in MyCSP and extended its contract to administer the Civil Service pension schemes until the end of 2021.
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.
The MyCSP chief executive tells Michael Klimes about the challenges of bringing its administration in-house which led to pensioners not being paid on time
Christian Rogers has been made a member of the executive management team at MyCSP and will be responsible for boosting pension administration.
Administrators should speak the language of their customers to improve member outcomes says MyCSP.
Why ditching a poorly performing provider might not be the answer
Stephen Worthington has been appointed interface manager by MyCSP at its head office in Liverpool.
In the first part of our run down of the top 20 news stories of 2014 we present numbers 11-20.
In a letter to the editor, Capita Employee Benefits denies claims it is to blame for MyCSP civil service pension payment delays.
After high profile issues around data transfer, PP looks at how the industry can get things right
Our top stories this week included problems for MyCSP, a whopping legal bill for Guinness Peat, an ombudsman decision with wide-reaching consequences, and schemes taking asset management in-house.
The revelation that MyCSP has thousands of members which have experienced delayed or missed payments; is a stark tale about the difficulties of data transfer.
MyCSP has blamed a backlog of 47,000 member enquiries inherited from Capita when it took administration in-house for delayed payments to members.
MyCSP has admitted it is experiencing problems with delayed payments after transferring its admin in-house and shifting its 1.5 million members onto a single administration system.
Transferring data in the pensions industry is fraught with difficulties and MyCSP knows this.
Equiniti's Sarah Holdstock (pictured) has been appointed head of pensions administration by MyCSP.
Equiniti taken a controlling stake in MyCSP after it boosted its share in the firm as the government reduced its stake in the company by 11%.
MyCSP has moved its 1.5 million members onto a single administration system in one huge data transfer.
Employers are being warned that they could lose critical staff to early retirement if they do not help them prepare for the reduced pension saving allowances.
MyCSP will make 50 appointments as part of an expansion of its Liverpool head office.
MyCSP has appointed Laura Bowler as training consultant.
MyCSP has appointed the chief executive of Equiniti Group, Guy Wakeley, as a non-executive director.