Average salaries of Caseworkers and Transition Analysts

Annalise brunet made this Rhyddid Gwybodaeth request to Board of the Pension Protection Fund

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Annalise brunet

Dear Board of the Pension Protection Fund,

1) Please advise the average salary for Caseworkers (or Relationships Team Members) working on FAS schemes as at 31 March 2010.

2) Please advise the average salary for Transition Analysts working on FAS schemes as at 31 March 2010.

3) Please advise the average salary for Caseworkers (or Relationships Team Members) working on FAS schemes as at 31 March 2011.

4) Please advise the average salary for Transition Analysts working on FAS schemes as at 31 March 2011.

5) Please advise the average salary for a Caseworkers (or Relationships Team Members) working on PPF schemes as at 31 March 2010.

6) Please advise the average salary for Transition Analysts working on PPF schemes as at 31 March 2010.

7) Please advise the average salary for Caseworkers (or Relationships Team Members) working on PPF schemes as at 31 March 2011.

8) Please advise the average salary for Transition Analysts working on PPF schemes as at 31 March 2011.

For the avoidance of doubt, the average salary is the sum of the salaries earned by all of the employees working in the specified role at the specified date, divided by the number of employees working in the specified role at the specified date.

Yours faithfully,

Annalise brunet

information,

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SST-Information,

Dear Ms Brunet,

Thank you for your Email of 09 May 2011. We are considering your request
for information under the terms of the Freedom of Information Act 2000,
which came into force on 1 January 2005.

As a public body, the Pension Protection Fund must comply with the Freedom
of Information Act and will disclose information wherever possible.

To facilitate access to information the Pension Protection Fund has placed
its publication scheme on the website
([1]http://www.pensionprotectionfund.org.uk/... ) and
this sets out the information which we will publish as a matter of course;
however, under the Pensions Act 2004 we are specifically prohibited from
publishing certain types of information and where information requested
falls outside the publication scheme and the normal range of enquiries
received we will treat it as a Freedom of Information Act request.

The Freedom of Information Act requires that written requests for
information should be responded to within 20 business days. Wherever
possible we will respond in advance of this deadline but at the latest we
will respond to your request on 07 June 2011.

If any of the information requested is held by us but it is decided that
it is not disclosable under the Freedom of Information Act we will explain
why we have reached this conclusion (except where the Act prohibits a
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you that you may appeal the decision. Appeals are heard by an Executive
Director who has not been involved in considering the initial request for
information and a response to an appeal will be provided within 20
business days of receipt. If, following such an appeal, you are still not
satisfied; you have the right to appeal to the Information Commissioner
under Section 50 of the Freedom of Information Act 2000.

I trust this has been helpful.

Yours sincerely,

William Edwards| Stakeholder Support Team Member
Pension Protection Fund | Knollys House, 17 Addiscombe Road, Croydon, CR0
6SR
Tel: 0845 600 2541(Option1)

E-mail: [2][Pension Protection Fund request email]

Web: [3]www.pensionprotectionfund.org.uk

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Dear Ms Brunet,

Thank you for your email dated 9 May 2011 requesting information under the
provisions of the Freedom of Information Act 2000.

We have considered your request and please find attached our response
which we hope you will find helpful.

Sincerely,

William Edwards| Stakeholder Support Team member
Pension Protection Fund | Knollys House, 17 Addiscombe Road, Croydon, CR0
6SR
Tel: +44 (0)20 8633 5005
E-mail: [1][email address]
Risk Magazine - Pension Fund Risk Manager of the Year 2011
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Thank you William, that's been very helpful.

Yours sincerely,

Annalise brunet

information,

Thank you for e-mailing the Pension Protection Fund.

We have received your enquiry and will aim to respond within 15 working
days, although we hope to respond in a much shorter timescale for the
majority of cases

If the nature of your enquiry is such that we need to refer to one of our
specialist teams, we will aim to keep you informed accordingly. Your
patience is therefore greatly appreciated.

In the meantime, you may wish to visit our website,
[1]www.pensionprotectionfund.org.uk, where you may be able to find the
information that you are looking for.

Querying your scheme's 2010/11 Pension Protection levy invoice

If you are contacting us in respect of your scheme's 2010/11 Pension
Protection levy invoice, a specific query must be raised within 28 days of
the date of the invoice. This 28 day deadline will be strictly applied.

If you wish to query or raise an appeal in respect of a company failure
score shown on your scheme's invoice, you should contact D&B's dedicated
Pension Protection Fund helpline on 0870 850 6209, or by emailing
[2][email address] (quoting - `PPF').

The following link will take you to the levy invoicing page of our
website.
[3]www.pensionprotectionfund.org.uk/levy/invoicing/Pages/Invoicing.aspx

Registering your interest for e-mail alerts

If you have not already done so, it may be of use to you to register your
interest on our website so that whenever important information is
published, you will receive an e-mail alert. The following link will take
you straight to the registration page.
[4]www.pensionprotectionfund.org.uk/Pages/EmailAlerts.aspx

Regards

Pension Protection Fund
Stakeholder Support Team

Risk Magazine - Pension Fund Risk Manager of the Year 2011

dangos adrannau a ddyfynnir

References

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SST-Information,

Dear Ms Brunet,

Thank you for your Email of 23 September 2011. We are considering your
request for information under the terms of the Freedom of Information Act
2000, which came into force on 1 January 2005.   

As a public body, the Pension Protection Fund must comply with the Freedom
of Information Act and will disclose information wherever possible.   

To facilitate access to information the Pension Protection Fund has placed
its publication scheme on the website
([1]http://www.pensionprotectionfund.org.uk/... ) and
this sets out the information which we will publish as a matter of course;
however, under the Pensions Act 2004 we are specifically prohibited from
publishing certain types of information and where information requested
falls outside the publication scheme and the normal range of enquiries
received we will treat it as a Freedom of Information Act request. 

The Freedom of Information Act requires that written requests for
information should be responded to within 20 business days.  Wherever
possible we will respond in advance of this deadline but at the latest we
will respond to your request on 21 October 2011.  

If any of the information requested is held by us but it is decided that
it is not disclosable under the Freedom of Information Act we will explain
why we have reached this conclusion (except where the Act prohibits a
public body disclosing that it holds the data requested) and will advise
you that you may appeal the decision.  Appeals are heard by an Executive
Director who has not been involved in considering the initial request for
information and a response to an appeal will be provided within 20
business days of receipt.  If, following such an appeal, you are still not
satisfied; you have the right to appeal to the Information Commissioner
under Section 50 of the Freedom of Information Act 2000. 

I trust this has been helpful.  

Yours sincerely,

William Edwards| Stakeholder Support Team member
Pension Protection Fund | Knollys House, 17 Addiscombe Road, Croydon, CR0
6SR
Tel: +44 (0)20 8633 5005
E-mail: [email address]

Risk Magazine - Pension Fund Risk Manager of the Year 2011

P Please think about the environment before printing this e-mail.

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SST-Information,

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Dear Ms Brunet,

Thank you for your email dated 23 September 2011 requesting information
under the provisions of the Freedom of Information Act 2000.

Please find attached our response which I hope you will find helpful.

Sincerely,

William Edwards| Stakeholder Support Team Member
Pension Protection Fund | Knollys House, 17 Addiscombe Road, Croydon, CR0
6SR
Tel: 0845 600 2541(Option1)

E-mail: [1][Pension Protection Fund request email]

Web: [2]www.pensionprotectionfund.org.uk

The information we provide is for guidance only and should not be taken as
a definitive interpretation of the law

P Please think about the environment before printing this e-mail.

 

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