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Paymaster wins contract to administer Seeboard&#39s outsourced pension scheme

Hogg Robinson subsidiary Paymaster has won the contract to administer the pension scheme of regional utilities supplier Seeboard.


The southern based electrical and gas company has awarded Paymaster a five year outsourcing contract to administer its final salary scheme for its current members and pensioners.


The scheme has 2,700 active members, 1,800 deferred members and 6,000 pensioners.


Paymaster managing director Jim Kelly says: &#34Seeboard represents another significant win for us and is in line with our strategy to grow in the private sector.&#34


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