Shelley Capital Management has significant experience in Pension Scheme Accounting and Reporting for some of the UK’s largest defined benefit schemes. There is growing pressure on Trustees to manage large pension deficits, and achieve higher quality reporting, due to challenging financial times.
Our Pension Scheme Accounting and Reporting product provides clients with a professional and experienced service, that covers all aspects of Pension Scheme Reporting, such as – financial statements production, accounting for new investment structures, new SORP accounting disclosures, full management of the management, and representation at Audit Committees.
We also hold expertise in Scheme Accounting and Reporting, Due Diligence on Administrators and Providers, Fair Value Asset Reviews, and General Operational Reviews.
Each of these services come standard within our Pension Scheme Accounting and Reporting Product, and are tailored uniquely to each Pension Scheme that we work with.
We offer the full spectrum of services including:
Monthly Investment Accounting and Record Keeping
Production of Monthly Valuation Reports
Monitoring Pension Contributions
Oversight of Custodians
Production of Annual Financial Statements
Implementing New Pension Scheme Accounting Systems
Liaison With External Auditors
Reviewing New Investment Structures
Production of Audit Committee Reports
Attending Audit Committees
Contact Shelley Capital Management for more information about our Pension Schemes service
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