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Financial and insurance services

Manchester City Council | Published February 25, 2016  -  Deadline March 2, 2016
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66000000, 66110000, 66120000, 79200000, 66500000

Financial and insurance services

Access to Financial Times - Digital Content

H M REVENUE & CUSTOMS | Published May 4, 2016
Winner
Financial Times Limited
cpvs
22200000

One year subscription access to the Financial Services Digital content

Financial information systems

The Christie NHS Foundation Trust | Published October 7, 2014
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48812000

Financial information systems

TC145 — Framework Agreement for Financial Services (Lots 1-6).

Manchester City Council | Published February 2, 2016  -  Deadline March 2, 2016
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66500000

Manchester City Council wishes to procure a full range of financial services and the Council's requirements will be divided into 6 Lots; Financial Advice Services, Corporate Finance and Venture Capital Services, Tax Advisory Services, Accounting Services, Audit Services and Pension Services.

Financial and insurance services

Greater Manchester Evergreen 2 Limited Partnership | Published February 15, 2017  -  Deadline March 15, 2017
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66000000, 66100000

This procurement process is being run jointly by the 3 contracting authorities referred to in Section I.

This procurement process is split into 2 lots:

Lot 1 — relates to the provision of Services to the Evergreen and Evergreen 2 sub-funds; and

Lot 2 — relates to the provision of Services to the Low Carbon sub-fund.

The sub-fund sizes based on currently available funds are 60 000 000 GBP for Evergreen, 45 000 000 GBP for Evergreen 2 and 15 000 000 GBP for Low Carbon. However, the sub-fund size and scope of the Services may expand and/or contract over the term of the contract(s) to reflect changes to the funding that is made available. Such changes may include increases of up to a maximum 100 % of the currently available funds (up to 120 000 000 GBP for Evergreen, 90 000 000 GBP for Evergreen 2 and 30 000 000 GBP for Low Carbon).

The contract includes (but not limited to):

— developing the pipeline of potential projects, following the origination of potential projects from public sector partners and the successful tenderer's own network of contacts;

— monitoring compliance and risk in accordance with accountability requirements and the eligibility rules applicable to the sub-funds;

— registering and publishing all notices, statements or other instruments as may be required in relation to the sub-funds;

— maintaining the sub-funds' financial accounting books, records keeping and perform all other day-to-day operations;

— developing an investment policy and business plan for the sub-funds;

— managing the existing Evergreen portfolio to ensure the achievement of eligible expenditure, output and financial return targets;

— implementing appropriate operational decision making bodies and governance checks and balances; and

— recommending and managing appropriate exit strategies from relevant investments.

The contract includes (but are not limited to):

— developing the pipeline of potential projects, following the origination of potential projects from public sector partners and the successful tenderer's own network of contacts;

— monitoring compliance and risk in accordance with accountability requirements and the eligibility rules applicable to the sub-fund;

— registering and publishing all notices, statements or other instruments as may be required in relation to the sub-fund;

— maintaining the sub-fund's financial accounting books, records keeping and perform all other day-to-day operations;

— developing an investment policy and business plan for the sub-fund;

— implementing appropriate operational decision making bodies and governance checks and balances; and

— recommending and managing appropriate exit strategies from relevant investments.

Financial and insurance services

Greater Manchester Evergreen 2 Limited Partnership | Published April 25, 2017
Winner
Amber Infrastructure Ltd
cpvs
66000000, 66140000

This procurement process was run jointly by the 3 contracting authorities referred to in Section I.

This procurement is split into 2 lots:

Lot 1 — relates to the provision of Services to the Evergreen and Evergreen 2 sub-funds; and

Lot 2 — relates to the provision of Services to Low Carbon sub-fund.

The sub-fund sizes based on currently available funds are 60 000 000 GBP for Evergreen, 45 000 000 GBP for Evergreen 2 and 15 000 000 GBP for Low Carbon. However, the sub-fund size and scope of the Services may expand and/or contract over the terms of the contract(s) to reflect changes to the funding that is made available. Such changes may include increases of up to a maximum 100 % of the currently available funds (up to 120 000 000 GBP for Evergreen, 90 000 000 GBP, for Evergreen 2 and 30 000 000 GBP for Low Carbon).

The contract includes (but not limited to):

— developing the pipeline of potential projects, following the origination of potential projects from public sector partners and the successful tenderer's own network of contacts;

— monitoring compliance and risk in accordance with accountability requirements and the eligibility rules applicable to the sub-funds;

— registering and publishing all notices, statements or other instruments as may be required in relation to the sub-funds;

— maintaining the sub-funds' financial accounting books, records keeping and perform all other day-to-day operations;

— developing an investment policy and business plan for the sub-funds;

— managing the existing Evergreen portfolio to ensure the achievement of eligible expenditure, output and financial return targets;

— implementing appropriate operational decision making bodies and governance checks and balances; and

— recommending and managing appropriate exit strategies from relevant investments.

The contract includes (but are not limited to):

— developing the pipeline of potential projects, following the origination of potential projects from public sector partners and the successful tenderer's own network of contacts;

— monitoring compliance and risk in accordance with accountability requirements and the eligibility rules applicable to the sub-fund;

— registering and publishing all notices, statements or other instruments as may be required in relation to the sub-fund;

— maintaining the sub-fund's financial accounting books, records keeping and perform all other day-to-day operations;

— developing an investment policy and business plan for the sub-fund;

— implementing appropriate operational decision making bodies and governance checks and balances; and

— recommending and managing appropriate exit strategies from relevant investments.

Financial Ledger, e-Procurement and e-Reporting Solution.

The Christie NHS Foundation Trust | Published December 15, 2015
Winner
Capita Secure Information Solutions Limited
cpvs
48812000

The Trust is a fast-changing and dynamic organisation and is seeking a contract for the provision of a fully integrated and flexible financial ledger, e-Procurement and e-Reporting solution to support both The Christie and the Christie Charity. The provider must provide a fully managed service including data centre hardware that has robust and comprehensive backup and disaster recovery arrangements, system upgrades and a support desk that is responsive to user requirements. The finance solution as a minimum must include general ledger, purchase ledger, sales ledger, cash management, e-Procurement, fixed assets, catalogue integration and e-Reporting functionality. The solution must be able to accept interfaces and import data files from other systems such as a catalogue management solution, NHS Supply Chain, ESR (payroll) and bank statements. In-line with the Trusts Sharing and Information Strategy the reporting solution must have the ability to produce information, to meet statutory (both NHS and Charity Commission) and internal reporting requirements, that is directly generated by the system. It is critical that the reporting solution is user-friendly, robust and secure with a high degree of flexibility to meet the extensive information needs of procurement, financial and non-financial users across the Trust. There are 50 core users within the finance and procurement department, trust wide we have 800 + users who have access to the current online system.

Financial Ledger, E-Procurement and E-Reporting Solution.

The Christie NHS Foundation Trust | Published November 12, 2014  -  Deadline December 15, 2014
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48812000

The Trust is a fast changing and dynamic organisation and is seeking a contract for the provision of a fully integrated and flexible financial ledger, e-procurement and e-reporting solution to support both The Christie and the Christie Charity. The provider must provide a fully managed service including data centre hardware that has robust and comprehensive backup and disaster recovery arrangements, system upgrades and a support desk that is responsive to user requirements. The finance solution as a minimum must include general ledger, purchase ledger, sales ledger, cash management, e-procurement, fixed assets, catalogue integration and e-reporting functionality. The solution must be able to accept interfaces and import data files from other systems such as a catalogue management solution, NHS Supply Chain, ESR (payroll) and bank statements. In line with the Trusts Sharing and Information Strategy the reporting solution must have the ability to produce information, to meet statutory (both NHS and Charity Commission) and internal reporting requirements, that is directly generated by the system. It is critical that the reporting solution is user friendly, robust and secure with a high degree of flexibility to meet the extensive information needs of procurement, financial and non-financial users across the Trust. There are 50 core users within the finance and procurement department, trust wide we have 800+ users who have access to the current online system.

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
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66000000, 66100000, 66600000, 79200000

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

EHRC 57-1516 Estimating the Financial Costs of Pregnancy Discrimination and Disadvantage

Equality and Human Rights Commission | Published November 26, 2015  -  Deadline December 17, 2015
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79315000

Legislation is in place to tackle discrimination in employment, including discrimination of pregnant or returning mothers, and there is evidence that it persists. Some employers may not fully understand their obligations towards pregnant women, those on maternity leave or those returning from maternity leave, and some mothers and expectant mothers may not be fully aware of their rights or be able to seek access to redress. The aim of this project is to identify the financial costs of pregnancy related discrimination and disadvantage to women, employers, and the state. Estimated range of contract values is inclusive of VAT

Transport Professional Services Framework.

Transport for Greater Manchester | Published November 28, 2015  -  Deadline February 12, 2016
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71311200, 66171000, 71311000, 71311210, 71311300, 71312000, 71313000, 71315200, 71530000, 72224000, 79221000, 79415200

Provision of transport-related professional consultancy services including but not limited to systems, strategy, commercial, financial, design and engineering advisory services.

Auditing services

LTE Group | Published January 7, 2017  -  Deadline February 6, 2017
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79212000

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.

Auditing services

LTE Group | Published April 19, 2017
Winner
PwC LLP
cpvs
79212000

External Audit Service Provider:

External Audit Service Provider:

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, SFA, EFA (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 SFA, EFA; in other words, that the conditions of grant have been met.

Re-Advertisement: CORP - External Auditor for Lancashire and London Pensions Partnership

Lancashire County Council | Published August 27, 2015  -  Deadline September 11, 2015
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Lancashire and London Pension Partnership (LLPP). The Lancashire County Pension Fund (LCPF) and the London Pensions Fund Authority (LPFA) have agreed to create an Asset and Liability Management Partnership (ALM) which will involve creating a pool of investment assets in excess of £10bn together with an "end to end" Pension Services Organisation which will provide services related to the management of the two funds through a company structure part of which will be regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA). There is an ambition to grow the Assets under Management to £40bn and to grow the number of scheme members looked after by the administration business beyond the c 0.5m served by the two current organisations following the securing of the continuation of existing third party business. Following approval through the appropriate governance structures the two funds are now proceeding to create the LLPP's formal structures, including the appointment of independent Non-Executive Directors and an Independent Chair, and submit applications for regulatory approval to the FCA. The process is being driven to an ambitious timetable in order to maintain momentum with the aim of the LLPP formally launching on 1 April 2016. Lancashire County Council (as administering authority of LCPF) and LPFA require an External Auditor to provide the external audit of the financial statements for the LLPP and its associated entities, each having a financial year ending on 31 March (2016/2017, 2017/2018, 2018/2019).

CORP - (Re-Advertisement) External Auditor for Lancashire and London Pensions Partnership

Lancashire County Council | Published September 22, 2015  -  Deadline October 16, 2015
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79200000

Lancashire and London Pension Partnership (LLPP). The Lancashire County Pension Fund (LCPF) and the London Pensions Fund Authority (LPFA) have agreed to create an Asset and Liability Management Partnership (ALM) which will involve creating a pool of investment assets in excess of £10bn together with an "end to end" Pension Services Organisation which will provide services related to the management of the two funds through a company structure part of which will be regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA). There is an ambition to grow the Assets under Management to £40bn and to grow the number of scheme members looked after by the administration business beyond the c 0.5m served by the two current organisations following the securing of the continuation of existing third party business. Following approval through the appropriate governance structures the two funds are now proceeding to create the LLPP's formal structures, including the appointment of independent Non-Executive Directors and an Independent Chair, and submit applications for regulatory approval to the FCA. The process is being driven to an ambitious timetable in order to maintain momentum with the aim of the LLPP formally launching on 1 April 2016. Lancashire County Council (as administering authority of LCPF) and LPFA require an External Auditor to provide the external audit of the financial statements for the LLPP and its associated entities, each having a financial year ending on 31 March (2016/2017, 2017/2018, 2018/2019).

Partner for definition phase of a Student Lifecycle project.

The University of Manchester | Published October 28, 2015  -  Deadline November 23, 2015
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79410000, 72220000, 79411100

The University of Manchester wishes to contract for the use of appropriate skills and experience of an external organization to assist in the definition and scope of a Student Lifecycle Management Project. The principal deliverables are: — A thorough appraisal of potential options for, and opportunities that might be realised from, a full Student Lifecycle Project; — A full Business Case for the Student Lifecycle Project, including statement of opportunity, scope, intended approach, capital and revenue estimates, financial and non-financial benefits, resource requirements and delivery plan. Activity will include: — mapping the student lifecycle and identifying all key business processes; — identifying and gaining agreement on business processes that will form the scope of the Student Lifecycle Project; — stakeholder agreement and communications; — documenting and gaining agreement on high level requirements and use cases; — delivery phase definition; — identifying investment costs; — identifying benefits; — identifying risks and issues; — preparation of a business case. All work to be completed no later than 30.6.2016.

Partner for definition phase of a Student Lifecycle project.

The University of Manchester | Published October 28, 2015  -  Deadline November 16, 2015
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79410000, 72220000, 79411100

The University of Manchester wishes to contract for the use of appropriate skills and experience of an external organization to assist in the definition and scope of a Student Lifecycle Management Project. The principal deliverables are: — A thorough appraisal of potential options for, and opportunities that might be realised from, a full Student Lifecycle Project; — A full Business Case for the Student Lifecycle Project, including statement of opportunity, scope, intended approach, capital and revenue estimates, financial and non-financial benefits, resource requirements and delivery plan. Activity will include: — mapping the student lifecycle and identifying all key business processes; — identifying and gaining agreement on business processes that will form the scope of the Student Lifecycle Project; — stakeholder agreement and communications; — documenting and gaining agreement on high level requirements and use cases; — delivery phase definition; — identifying investment costs; — identifying benefits; — identifying risks and issues; — preparation of a business case. All work to be completed no later than 30.6.2016.

Pre-Retirement Training

Greater Manchester Police | Published September 4, 2015  -  Deadline October 2, 2015
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This tender is for the provision of pre-retirement training for police officers and police staff of Greater Manchester Police (GMP). GMP has a duty to promote the health and wellbeing of officers and staff. As part of this support, the force offers a 2-day training course to officers and staff approaching retirement. The areas of training covered include financial planning, career planning and lifestyle planning. The contract awarded will be a zero cost / £1 contract. That is, the successful tenderer is to deliver the required courses at no cost to GMP. Furthermore, police officers and staff attending the training will not be required to pay for the training themselves. As part of the course programme, the successful supplier will be expected to provide advice to individuals and, as a result, will be able to develop their potential client basis from course attendees who are in a position to make personal, professional and financial plans for their future. The intention is to awared a contract to a single supplier to provide the above services.

The Provision of Loan Management Services

The Manchester Growth Company | Published November 22, 2016
Winner
The Nostrum Group Limited
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72000000, 72230000, 72262000, 72212100, 72212211, 72212217, 72212300, 72212400, 72212442, 48442000, 48400000

Business Finance Solutions (part of the Manchester Growth Company) are tendering for the provision of a financial technology solution for its Loan Management Services. The aim is to improve and consolidate its current loan management systems and harness emerging technologies to ‘future proof’ the business. We are seeking bidders who can provide innovative solutions to suit the fast paced competitive environment in which we operate.

The Provision of Loan Management Services

The Manchester Growth Company | Published August 3, 2016  -  Deadline August 29, 2016
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72000000, 72230000, 72262000, 72212100, 72212211, 72212217, 72212300, 72212400, 72212442, 48442000, 48400000

Business Finance Solutions (part of the Manchester Growth Company) are tendering for the provision of a financial technology solution for its Loan Management Services. The aim is to improve and consolidate its current loan management systems and harness emerging technologies to ‘future proof’ the business. We are seeking bidders who can provide innovative solutions to suit the fast paced competitive environment in which we operate.