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“Great things never came from comfort zones”
13 November 2020

“Great things never came from comfort zones”

The devil you know.

Fear of moving pensions administration to another third party administrator (TPA) is enough to put anyone off carrying out a market review in the first place. This can happen even when there is evidence of poor service from an incumbent administrator. It often takes time to get used to the idea of change and the forthcoming disruption.

This article aims to provide some insight and tips on how to alleviate the pain of moving administrator (or first time outsource). It is not possible to cover all aspects in this article which is deliberately focused on project oversight, data and calculations.

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