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Provision of an Independent Financial Advisor

Caerphilly County Borough Council | Published December 23, 2016
Provision of an Independent Financial Advisor

Financial Management System

Procurement (Calderdale College) | Published December 21, 2016  -  Deadline January 17, 2017
This is the Invitation to Tender (“ITT”) for the supply, installation, implementation, training and the support of a Finance system for Calderdale College. The purpose of this document is to enable Bidders to prepare the submissions compliant with the College’s instructions.  Completed submissions are required as part of the Award Stage of the Tender Process. The College will assess the completed submissions against the Award Criteria to nominate a successful Bidder to provide a Financial Management System.
This ITT contains the following:
• Narrative explaining the Award Stage
• Criteria against which submissions will be evaluated
• Instructions to complete the Tender Submission
• Technical specification
• Templates for submissions (to be completed by the Bidder)

Financial and insurance services

Greater Manchester FOF Limited Partnership acting through its general partner Greater Manchester FOF (GP) Limited C/O Manchester City Council | Published January 13, 2017  -  Deadline January 31, 2017

Contract for Fund Administrator services including, but not limited to:

— Treasury Management and Fund Accounting;

— Audit and Reporting;

— General fund/administration/support services.

Further information regarding the tender specification can be found in the invitation to tender documents which are available for download from the chest portal at www.the-chest.org.uk

The Greater Manchester FOF Limited Partnership acting through its general partner Greater Manchester FOF (GP) Limited, (the Fund of Funds) wishes to receive Tenders for a Fund Administrator Services contract.

The role will involve the maintenance of the Fund of Funds' financial accounting books, records keeping and day-to-day operations including, but not limited to:

— Treasury Management and Fund Accounting;

— Audit and Reporting;

— General fund administration/support services together with ensuring all regulatory and legislative obligations are met on behalf of the Fund of Funds.

Further information regarding the tender specification can be found in the invitation to tender documents which are available for download from the chest portal at www.the-chest.org.uk

Financial and insurance services

Department for Work and Pensions | Published December 21, 2016

The purpose of this PIN is to inform market operators of a Supplier Engagement Event which DWP intends to host on 16.1.2017. This is in preparation for a future procurement for an over the counter encashment service intended for short term or emergency use by financially vulnerable customers who cannot access standard banking products to receive benefit or pension payments.

The solution must:

— allow customers to collect payments which are not restricted to denominations of 5 GBP or 10 GBP,

— allow customers to collect up to a maximum value of 600 GBP per transaction / per day,

— be capable of operating nationally, including Northern Ireland, with suitable coverage even in remote geographical areas,

— be secure and resilient to potential fraudulent activity,

— be able to provide reporting for Management Information and audit purposes.

DWP reserves the right to withdraw or amend the current intention to proceed to procurement stage at any time.

A secure encashment service to facilitate emergency and interim payments of benefits and pensions to the Department's most vulnerable customers. Those customers who cannot access standard banking products form a diverse group with varied needs including but not limited to: incapacity, disability, financial exclusion, asylum seekers, homelessness and chaotic lifestyle which may include substance dependency. Expected volumes are between 5 000 — 10 000 payments per month but this could fluctuate significantly due to seasonal demand and external changes. At this stage, contract duration is expected to be 3 years with an additional option to extend by 1 year.

DfE Invest NI Subscription to a Company Information Resource Database Including Financial Data

Invest Northern Ireland | Published January 5, 2017
DfE Invest NI Subscription to a Company Information Resource Database Including Financial Data.

SOJ-DFI-T Transport Directorate Review - Appointment of Technical & Financial Advisor

States of Jersey | Published January 17, 2017  -  Deadline February 10, 2017

DfI Transport Directorate are in the process of a comprehensive review of Technical Services (TS) that will enable them to continue to provide and enhance these essential public services to the Island and manage the finances in a sustainable manner in the long term. This review includes the identification and assessment of options for potential funding sources and new or revised service delivery mechanisms.

The final outcome of this review will be the development of the Business Case(s) for the future of the Technical Services provided by the Transport Directorate with a view to maintaining or improving the levels of service in the future.

The DfI Transport Directorate team require specialist support on the financial and technical aspects of the review to ensure a comprehensive and robust analysis of the options is carried out. 

 

How important could exposure to ‘transition risk’ (i.e. the risk of a disorderly transition to a zero carbon economy) be for the financial performance of insurers’ investments in infrastructure?

Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership (CISL) | Published December 7, 2016  -  Deadline January 17, 2017
How important could exposure to ‘transition risk’ (i.e. the risk of a disorderly transition to a zero carbon economy) be for the financial performance of insurers’ investments in infrastructure?

This call is for a piece of analysis to be commissioned by the ClimateWise Insurance Advisory Council (‘the Council’). It has been developed by the Council’s secretariat at the University of Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership (CISL) in consultation with financial regulators, ClimateWise members and other academic and non-academic experts. The analysis is expected to take a maximum of 18 (although ideally 12) months with a preference given to robust and, if possible, quantitative outputs.

The Council was formed in early 2016 in response to growing collaboration between ClimateWise and financial regulators around climate risk. It is made up of board level representatives from across ClimateWise’s membership base. Its purpose is to strengthen the insurance industry’s support for financial regulators (including financial policy makers and other stakeholders). This is to promote more systematic responses to climate change across the financial system in order to address society’s wider needs. This proposal is the first of two selected at the inaugural meeting of the ClimateWise Insurance Advisory Council in November 2016 for potential commissioning in early 2017.

How important could exposure to ‘transition risk’ (i.e. the risk of a disorderly transition to a zero carbon economy) be for the financial performance of insurers’ investments in infrastructure?

During consultations between CISL and various European regulators, a pressing regulatory concern identified is the need to understand the potential exposure of the financial system to the risks associated with a disorderly transition to a zero carbon economy. Regulators term this ‘transition risk’. This call for proposals is for a compelling and multi-disciplinary piece of analysis to demonstrate under what circumstances ‘exposure to transition risks’ becomes a material factor determining the financial performance of infrastructure investments over relevant time periods. Ideally this would draw on a comparative analysis of the impact of transition risks between different types of infrastructure (e.g. high versus low carbon). This would help to directly inform insurers’ own investment strategies as well as supervisors’ thinking when considering the relative risks associated with different types of infrastructure investments.

Financial and insurance services

London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham | Published November 29, 2016  -  Deadline January 31, 2017

The Contracting Authority seeks to establish a single supplier national Framework to enable it and othernamed Contracting Bodies to help them manage and prevent debt arising from all operational areas in order tominimise the value lost through bad debt. Secondly, the establishment of a Joint Venture with the Contracting 2 / 4 Authority, with the Joint Venture providing services back to the successful Supplier. The framework agreementshall be made available to all local authorities in the UK, as defined through the following websites. (a) (England) https://www.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/491463/List_of_councils_in_England.pdf (b) (Scotland) http://www.gov.scot/About/Government/councils (c) (Wales) http://www.wlga.gov.uk/authorities

Financial Systems and Services

University Hospital Southampton NHS Foundation Trust | Published February 6, 2016  -  Deadline April 1, 2017
University Hospital Southampton NHS Foundation Trust (UHS) is a large NHS Trust that provides  services to some 1.9 million people living in Southampton and south Hampshire, plus specialist services such as neurosciences, cardiac services and children's intensive care to more than 3.7 million people in central southern England and the Channel Islands. The Trust employs 10,550 staff and processes 100,000 invoices per annum. 
UHS is looking for a supplier or suppliers to provide the entirety or elements of solutions to incorporate: 
 - Hosted Contract Management Software
 - Hosted Source to Contract Software
 - Hosted E-cataloguing Software
 - Hosted Supplier Management Software
 - Hosted Procurement Reporting Software 
 - Hosted Source to Payment System
 - Hosted Business Intelligence Reporting System
 - Hosted Planning and Budgeting System
 - Hosted ERP System with Multi Company and Group Reporting Capability for Accounting ((General/Payables/Receivables Ledger) 
 - Outsourced Accounts Payable Service
 - Outsourced Credit Control & Debt Recovery Service
 - Outsourced Cash Receipt & Collection Management Service
 - Outsourced VAT Return Service
 - Outsourced Payroll and Pensions Management Service

UHS is hosting a bidder information event at 14:30 on Tuesday 8th March 2016 at Southampton General Hospital. To register your interest in this event, please register your organisation on the UHS e-tendering portal (www.delta-esourcing.com) and against the corresponding entitled PQQ. (Please note: although this registration event will be called a PQQ, it is not serving the purpose of a PQQ, it is purely to register against the event). Once you have registered against the PQQ, please send me a message via the e-tendering portal to confirm your interest in the event. Please note, depending on the interest in the event, we may need to limit attendees from each organisation. I will inform of any attendee limits nearer the time.

Financial and insurance services

North Hertfordshire Homes | Published December 17, 2016  -  Deadline January 20, 2017

Insurance and Insurance Services.

Financial and insurance services

Caledonian Maritime Assets Ltd | Published December 23, 2016  -  Deadline February 17, 2017

Insurance services.

Caledonian Maritime Assets Ltd (CMAL) wish to appoint a Insurance Broker who will manage and maintain all of the Insurance Requirements for Caledonian Maritime Assets Ltd. This will include all claim handing and 3rd party claims. It will also include the Maritime insurance requirements of CMAL.

Financial and insurance services

Preston City Council | Published January 6, 2017  -  Deadline February 6, 2017

Tenders are invited for the insurance arrangements of the Council as detailed in the tender documents for the period commencing 1.4.2017.Cover will be awarded on the basis of the most economically advantageous terms to the Council. Details of the contract evaluation criteria and tender response document are given within appendix 17 of the documents.

Providers will offer terms for the provision of Insurance cover based on the specification outlined in this documents. These documents have been constructed to maintain a high standard of core cover whilst offering Providers the chance to demonstrate additional quality by the inclusion of additional options above the core requirement.

Placement of any one class of insurance will not be conditional upon placement of another class of insurance.

See documentation.

Financial analysis software package

The Government Actuary's Department | Published December 24, 2016

The Government Actuary's Department is a self-funding UK government department whose costs are met through the fees generated providing actuarial advice to clients on a consultancy basis. The department requires robust valuation software capable of valuing defined benefit pension scheme liabilities for a range of different purposes, for pension schemes with varied and complex benefit structures. The software will become a standard tool for GAD's staff when advising UK pension schemes: thus, it has to provide an efficient and cost effective mechanism to value UK pension benefits (including final salary and career average schemes, with a variety of risk benefits) for the purposes of UK legislation (including the Pensions Act 2004 and associated regulations), in line with UK and international accounting standards and in support of general actuarial advice.

The requirement will comprise: a Software Product; Technical support and Maintenance; Training; and Implementation.

The Authority anticipates a call for a Restricted Competition with a software presentation/interview stage — final details will be issued in the anticipated Contract Notice.

Proposed Contract for the Provision of Financial and Problem Solving Advice on behalf of Redditch Borough Council

Redditch Borough & Bromsgrove District Councils | Published January 12, 2017  -  Deadline February 14, 2017
Proposed Contract for the Provision of Financial and Problem Solving Advice on behalf of Redditch Borough Council

Financial leasing services

NHS Supply Chain acting as agent for NHS Business Services Authority | Published December 28, 2016
‘Leasing Solutions’.

The administration/delivery of a financial support scheme for heat networks, known as the Heat Networks Investment Project (HNIP)

Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) | Published November 10, 2016  -  Deadline May 31, 2017
Government is currently running the first funding round for HNIP as a pilot. This PIN concerns the potential procurement of the delivery of the full scheme expected to open in 2017. BEIS is seeking to appoint suppliers to administer the HNIP. For further information about the scheme please view the website listed below. We envisage that a separate procurement for the IT element of this scheme will be undertaken via a Crown Commercial Service framework. Supplier day BEIS will be holding a Supplier Day in London on 6 December 2016 to provide potential suppliers with further information ahead of the launch of the tender exercise, which is expected to take place in Spring 2017. This will also enable us to understand likely timelines for set up of the scheme, possible delivery models, and budgets for the procurement.

C1409 Solar Array and Associated Services, Dynamic Purchasing System

Salisbury NHS Foundation Trust | Published September 8, 2016  -  Deadline September 6, 2021

Establishment of a Dynamic Purchasing System for the provision of solar generation capacity, arrays, storage, electrical works and associated support, planning, consultancy and financial services.

Auditing services

LTE Group | Published January 7, 2017  -  Deadline February 6, 2017

The primary role of External Audit Service Provider is to report on the financial statements of The LTE Group and to carry out whatever examination of the statements, and the underlying records and control systems, is necessary to reach their opinion on the statements. External Audit Service Providers reports should also state whether, in all material respects, recurrent and specific grants from HEFCE (and other bodies and restricted funds where appropriate) have been properly applied for the purposes provided, and in accordance with the institution's Financial Memorandum with HEFCE; in other words, that the conditions of grant have been met.

How can insurance data and related expertise help to improve understandings of the exposure of investors and lenders to climate-related natural catastrophes?

Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership (CISL) | Published December 13, 2016  -  Deadline January 19, 2017
This call is for a piece of analysis to be commissioned by the ClimateWise Insurance Advisory Council (‘the Council’). It has been developed by the Council’s secretariat at the University of Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership (CISL) in consultation with financial regulators, ClimateWise members and other academic and non-academic experts. 

The Council was formed in early 2016 in response to growing collaboration between ClimateWise and financial regulators around climate risk. It is made up of board level representatives from across ClimateWise’s membership base. Its purpose is to strengthen the insurance industry’s support for financial regulators (including financial policy makers and other stakeholders). This is to promote more systematic responses to climate change across the financial system in order to address society’s wider needs. This proposal is the second of two pieces of research selected at the inaugural meeting of the ClimateWise Insurance Advisory Council in November 2016 for potential commissioning in early 2017.

How can insurance data and related expertise help to improve understandings of the exposure of investors and lenders to climate-related natural catastrophes?

During consultations between CISL and various European regulators, a regulatory concern highlighted was to better understand how the ‘physical’ impacts of climate change affect the safety and soundness of financial institutions and the wider financial system, beyond insurers. From an insurance perspective, this question could be framed as seeking to improve understandings of how losses that that are not insured (i.e. falling within the ‘protection gap’) impact financial institutions like investors and lenders. One example is what proportion of a bank’s credit portfolio, that provides working capital to small and medium-sized enterprises, is exposed to uninsured climate-related natural catastrophes?

This tender is for a supplier that can help us to deliver this analysis via a qualitative, multidisciplinary research team.

Urban planning services

Department for Communities, Community Regeneration and Housing | Published December 21, 2016  -  Deadline January 25, 2017

This Term Contract is being let by Central Procurement Directorate on behalf of The Department for Communities, Community Regeneration and Housing Branch to obtain strategic planning, financial and legal advice to enable the Department to comply with all relevant policy requirements when considering its strategic objectives in relation to comprehensive development/regeneration opportunities.