Pension Scheme Consulting Services


Our consulting services cover: Investment services; Actuarial and DB; Health & risk; Employee rewards; Pension administration; Trustee support; DC solutions; Corporate solutions; PPF services.

We’re one of the UK’s leading specialists in pension, employee benefits and payments consulting. Here are some of the areas in which we can help you to develop bespoke, cost-effective solutions:

Scheme Actuary services; Employer services; Expert witness.

Pensions & benefits strategy; DB (Defined Benefits) pensions; Mergers & acquisitions.

Scheme Design & Review; Managing your scheme; Outsourcing cost, compliance & risk; Auto-enrolment.

This is a high quality and cost effective pension solution for employers and employees. For trustees to secure members benefits safely and securely, and for members to receive high levels of support.

Our innovative approach.

We’ve applied our strong Defined Benefit background to design an innovative, packaged solution for DB schemes. We call it DB Sense and it will improve your DB scheme’s governance, reduce your costs and minimise the hassle factor. 

Day-to-day administration & record maintenance; Member communications & online access; Strategic administration consulting.

Cost effective, practical solutions.

We can help you assess whether your scheme can benefit from Trivial Commutation and we can also assist with the implementation and fulfillment of such an exercise.

Two years ago Xafinity launched their Pension Scams Identification Service. This was as a direct response to concerns from our clients about the increasing prevalence of pension scams.


DB (Defined Benefit) scheme investment services and DC (Defined Contribution) scheme investment services.

Bespoke healthcare solutions that can deliver up to £96 for every £1 spent.

Our technical consultants will use their experience to develop an engaging solution for your employees, which will also support your reward strategy. 

With increasing levels of legal action, assessing a claim’s value is vital. Our experts will help you to quantify a claim’s current and potential future value (including factors like long-term losses, claim duration and economic factors).

We accept that Fiduciary Management has a role to play and that it may meet the needs of some trustees. However, we’ve identified that trustees who are considering this route need specific, independent guidance. More importantly so does the Pensions Regulator and the FCA has recently expressed concern at the apparent conflicts of interest in the market.

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