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Keep up to date with the important issues that PASA is raising in the media and with regulators and government departments. We actively lobby on behalf of our members and in this area you can find recent press releases and and information on PASA events. Older press releases can be found in our news archive.

Press release - PASA launches e-Admin Working Group

PASA today announced the launch of its eAdmin Group. Set to publish their initial findings in early 2019, the group will explore how schemes, trustees, regulators and administration providers can optimise the use of technology to improve overall service. Sponsored by Girish Menezes, Board Director at PASA and Head of Administration at Premier Pensions and overseen by The Pensions Regulator, the members of the group are: read more...

Wed, 19/09/2018 - 16:00

Article - Zero-tolerance approach needed to tackle scams

Check out PASA Board Director Tracy Weller's article in Pensions Expert: "Scammers’ eyes lit up when pensions freedoms were introduced. While the reforms empowered retirees with increased flexibility to access their pension savings, the ability to cash in pots early made those same savers an increasingly attractive target for pension scams."   Read the full article here. read more...

Wed, 12/09/2018 - 15:15

Article - Cruising to good data

High quality data is a very, if not the most, important input to provision of a successful administration service. PASA's Industry Policy committee Chair, Geraldine Brassett, identifies the key factors when is comes to providing quality service in a blog for Pensions Funds Insider.     read more...

Thu, 06/09/2018 - 17:00

Pensions Expert article - GIGO - Garbage In, Garbage Out

Check out PASA Board Director, Girish Menezes's latest article in Pensions Expert. "It was in the early days of computing that the term ‘GIGO’ was coined. It stands for ‘garbage in, garbage out’. If the raw data is flawed (garbage in), how can we expect member calculations to be accurate, valuations to be dependable, or buy-out providers to offer a good price for underwriting liabilities?" read more...

Thu, 30/08/2018 - 18:00