The Central Bank of Ireland Superannuation Scheme, Dublin, rehired Lane Clark and Peacock Ireland to provide actuarial and pension consulting services.
In a notice filed with European procurement website Tenders Electronic Daily, the central bank said these services were required “in order to ensure compliance with statutory obligations and to ensure adherence to best practice with respect to the administration of the superannuation fund.”
The €609 million ($684 million) defined benefit fund was established in 2008.
The central bank launched a search in January. A spokeswoman said LCP has served as consultant since 2012.