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17 May 2018

Administration and technology in pensions

Michelle Cracknell, CEO at TPAS, discusses what's currently on offer for pensions communication, what developments and implementations there may be for technology in this sector, minimizing data protection and cyber security risk, and explains the do's and don'ts of scams.

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Last update: 27 April 2021

Michelle Cracknell
TPAS
CEO

Senior Pensions Administrator

Salary: £30000 - £35000 pa

Location: Kent

Pensions Project Manager - Hants / W. Yorks / WFH

Salary: £35000 - £40000 pa

Location: Hampshire

Senior Pension Project Analyst - West Midlands

Salary: £30000 - £35000 pa

Location: West Midlands

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