PASA today announced the Royal Mail Pensions Service Centre has again achieved PASA reaccreditation following a decade of continuous accreditation.
Lorraine Harper, Chair of PASA’s Accreditation Committee, said: “Achieving PASA accreditation is not an easy task and we are delighted Royal Mail have achieved the high standard required for reaccreditation for the fourth time. Royal Mail were one of the first organisations to achieve accreditation in 2011 and we are very proud they have achieved ten years of continual accreditation in our anniversary year, demonstrating the value the organisation and their members place on the PASA ‘gold stamp’.
Interest and applications for PASA accreditation continue to grow alongside a renewed focus on pensions administration issues, making the award a must have for administrators and trustees keen to demonstrate a high quality service and compliance with the PASA Standards.”
Michael Mayall, Head of Pension Services at Royal Mail HR Strategy and Services said: “We first achieved PASA accreditation ten years ago and saw the benefits straight away. The accreditation programme is unlike any other industry award as it is specifically focused on providing high quality administration to maximise member outcomes and experience. We are proud to demonstrate to our members and industry colleagues that our administration continues to be first class.”