London, Monday 15th January 2024 – The Pensions Administration Standards Association (PASA), a Community Interest Company dedicated to driving standards in pensions administration in the UK, has announced its search for two Non-Executive Directors to enhance the expertise and strategic vision of its Board.

As a not-for-profit organisation and a membership-only entity, PASA operates with a commitment to excellence in pensions administration and relies on the voluntary contributions of industry experts serving on its Board. PASA has become an influential body which has driven recognition of the importance administrators have in pension delivery, data collation, and as the primary function liaising and communicating with pension savers. The upcoming appointments aim to fortify the Board’s capabilities and align with PASA’s objectives to foster industry standards, expand influence, lead the digital transformation, integrate into the wider financial landscape, promote the pensions administration profession, and ensure adaptability to a dynamic environment.

Kim Gubler, Chair of PASA, emphasised the importance of strengthening the Board, stating, “As we continue our mission to elevate standards in pensions administration, it is crucial to bring on board individuals who share our passion and commitment. The expertise and fresh perspectives that new Non-Executive Directors will bring are essential for steering PASA through the evolving landscape of the pensions industry.”

Paul Battye, Chief Executive of Hoffmann Reed, expressed his pleasure in collaborating with PASA, stating, “It is an honour for Hoffmann Reed to work with PASA, a pioneering organisation dedicated to advancing pensions administration. Our shared commitment to strategic objectives aligns seamlessly, and we are eager to contribute to PASA’s continued success.”

PASA’s Strategic Objectives:

  1. Create and maintain industry standards to support good pensions administration.
  2. Broaden awareness and influence of PASA and administration throughout the industry.
  3. Drive the digital journey to define best practice.
  4. Embed PASA into the wider financial & wellbeing environment to deliver the right outcomes for savers.
  5. Promote pensions administration as a profession and support future SMEs development.
  6. Ensure the Board has the skills so PASA can adapt and react to a changing environment.

You can find more details of the position and how to apply here –


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