By becoming a member of PASA, you will receive the following benefits:
TPR’s formal guidance requires trustees to use administrators who are members of PASA; or for their current administrator to join PASA. Becoming a member of PASA secures your ability to provide services to clients in the future.
Shape the future of pensions administration
Help set the standards which PASA members commit to and the PASA accreditation requirements for corporate members who want to publicly demonstrate the quality of their work. All members automatically receive a vote in elections to the PASA governing board and the right to stand for election to the board.
Make your voice heard
As a member-focused organisation we welcome your views. Whether this is your participation in our consultations, your views on the latest market news, your opinion on PASA standards or your suggestions for how we can improve, we’re ready to listen. Members can contact us directly or share your views with like-minded individuals through our LinkedIn page.
Contribute to PASA’s growing influence by serving on a PASA committee and engage on responses to Government consultations. Corporate members may also apply for PASA Accreditation.
Share ideas, experiences and best practice with like-minded administration specialists from across the UK. Engage with industry experts to understand how upcoming legislative changes impact your organisation and how you can remain compliant.
Demonstrate your commitment to high-quality pensions administration. Corporate members of PASA may use the PASA member logo on their corporate and marketing materials. Accredited members may also use the coveted PASA gold marque.
Register a selected number of colleagues to receive PASA’s regular news updates and invitations to PASA events.
Directory of members
Corporate PASA members and PASA accredited organisations are listed in the public PASA member directory, available to pension schemes and trustees.