PASA today announced UK Power Networks, Hymans Robertson LLP and Lothian Pension Fund have all achieved PASA reaccreditation.
Lorraine Harper, Chair of PASA’s Accreditation Committee, said: “Going through accreditation is extremely challenging, there is nothing easy about the process. That these organisations have gone through the process more than once before, and have repeated it again, clearly shows the strength of the accreditation itself and the value it brings. It is deeply encouraging that interest in accreditation has gathered even more momentum over the last year and we look forward to announcing more in the coming weeks. In the meantime we offer congratulations to these three firms who are continuing to demonstrate best in class in all areas of their administration.”
Shirley Brown, Head of Operations at Hymans Robertson said: “We first achieved PASA accreditation in 2015, and saw and felt the benefits straight away. There are a number of industry ‘stamps’ but, for us, PASA stands head and shoulders above the rest due to its pure focus on member outcomes and experience – and this is in no small part down to the quality of the administration. It is important to us we demonstrate to our clients and industry colleagues that our administration is first class.”
John Burns, Chief Finance Officer at Lothian Pension Fund said: “Holding PASA accreditation is the gold standard for quality in pensions administration, so it’s very important for us and our members. We first achieved PASA accreditation in 2017. Since then, they have provided us with the guidance, support and information that we find so valuable. We believe it is the duty of all schemes to ensure they are doing the absolute best for their members and being PASA accredited goes a long way to demonstrating this commitment.”