Specialist services and solutions - powered by technology we’ve developed and built - in Employee Experience, reward, flexible benefits, payroll, employee share plans, investments, pensions, financial planning and wellbeing, and Total Reward communications.

Equiniti works with public and private sector clients including 50% of the FTSE 100. We have 50 years’ experience in HR and Payroll, and work with the NHS, charities, government bodies and educational institutions.

Our Employee Experience framework helps companies integrate everything that impacts people in their working lives ‘From Hire to Retire’, helping organisations manage and measure their people risk at business level, rather than solely at HR level.

By breaking down traditional silos, businesses can focus on unlocking people potential, securing brand and productivity advantage - essential elements considering ongoing recruitment and retention challenges, not to mention imminent all-industry hurdles; namely corporate governance reform, human capital reporting standards and government consultations around modern working practices.

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Contact Details

Equiniti plc
Sutherland House
Russell Way
Crawley
RH10 1UH
United Kingdom


Clients

Equiniti works with public and private sector clients including 50% of the FTSE 100. We have 50 years’ experience in HR and Payroll, and work with the NHS, charities, government bodies and educational institutions.


Products & Services

  • HR Solutions
  • Reward and Benefits (Flexible Benefits)
  • Payroll Solutions
  • All Employee Share Plans
  • Executive and Disretionary Share Plans
  • Trustee Services
  • Pension Administration and Data Solutions 

Awards:

2016 & 2017 – Winner of the Technological Innovation of the Year at the UK Pension Awards (Professional Pensions)

2016 – Voted Number one pension administration platform by in-house teams - in the annual Professional Pensions Administration Survey

2015 & 2016 – ‘Pensions Technology Firm of the Year’ at the Pensions Age Awards


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