In the face of the coronavirus outbreak, Holly Roach looks at the contingency plans activated by key pensions administrators to ensure business continuity.
This year's Professional Pensions Administration Survey finds fewer schemes are seeing cost reductions. Jonathan Stapleton wonders whether common sense has been found in the TPA market.
Ransomware is the most likely type of cyber attack on pensions says RSM head of pensions Ian Bell.
The Pensions Administration Standards Association (PASA) will set up a mediation service to help schemes resolve issues when changing third-party administrator (TPA), PP can reveal.
This week we want to know how effective Workie has been in engaging employers with their auto-enrolment duties and will Guy Opperman still be pensions minister at the end of this parliament.
Changing third-party administrators can cause all sorts of issues, including loss of data. Michael Klimes looks at examples of poor transitions and asks if it is a widespread problem
Taylor Wimpey has appointed Hymans Robertson as third-party administrator of its pension scheme after an open tender.
Aviva Pension Trustees UK and Aviva Wrap UK have been fined £8,246,800 for failing to have adequate controls and oversight of its outsourced providers.
The delayed launch of a service to check the protection status of members following the lifetime allowance (LTA) cut will mean extra work for administrators.
DWP's consultation on capping exit charges in occupational schemes has closed. Despite agreement on removing barriers to the freedoms, Michael Klimes finds there will be major administration hurdles.
In May the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) was adopted by the European Union, Michael Klimes examines how it will affect UK trustees
Pensions administration can be made safer by the development of blockchain technology says Robin Hames.
Chris Inman has been appointed to lead Aon's defined contribution (DC) investment advisory service as the consultancy expands its DC services.
Aon Hewitt has been selected to help design the tender process for third-party administration (TPA) services for the Local Government Pension Scheme (LGPS).
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.
PP looks at how legislation on data transfers between EU and US is changing.
From hackers stealing information from Talk Talk to Anthem, Michael Klimes looks at how safe schemes are from cyber criminals
Michael Klimes examines whether attempts to grease the wheels of pension transfers will succeed
Just one in five schemes has reconciled guaranteed minimum pensions, according to research carried out by Professional Pensions.
This year's survey asks what schemes are looking for from a good pension administration system and highlights the key providers.
Third-party administrators (TPAs) will be regulated as data processors under new rules being drafted by the European Union - a move that is set to significantly increase the amount of ‘push back' onto trustees.
The fifth annual Kim Gubler Administration Fee Survey finds smaller schemes are paying many times more per member for their admin than their larger counterparts. Helen Morrissey looks at the data to find out why.
The Pensions Administration Standards Association (PASA) has published a comprehensive set of guidance notes on its accreditation process for third party and in-house administration teams.
What do schemes need to consider before switching providers?