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STAR is inviting all long-term savings and investments organisations to attend an industry event, to learn more about how they can help improve the customer experience of transferring between companies.
First 30 founding members will be awarded Founder Accreditation Mark, a visible endorsement of their commitment to improving outcomes for consumers.
We are looking for an experienced Lead Business Architect to lead and shape work to define and develop Criterion’s suite of collaborative, whole-industry solutions for Financial Services.
The whole team at Criterion volunteered recently to help upkeep an Edinburgh charities grounds. The team spent a full autumnal day cleaning up leaves, chopping down trees and litter picking.
Criterion is delighted to have received backing from the Transfers and Re-registration Industry Group (TRIG) for its joint project with TISA eXchange (TeX) to implement the TRIG transfer framework.
TISA eXchange Limited (TeX) and Criterion Tec Limited (Criterion) have proposed a landmark collaboration in support of industry development and adoption of the Transfers and Re-registration Industry Group (TRIG) new transfers framework.
To drive our business plan and growth across the marketplace, Criterion is recruiting two new pivotal roles.
These appointments will build our strength, which will continue to help us as we drive through the collaborative work necessary to meet the needs of a rapidly evolving industry. There are great career opportunities at Criterion and we are committed to providing colleagues with the reward, skills and flexibility to fulfil their ambitions.
Members of the Criterion team including Caroline Mansley, Managing Director and Nick Green, Head of Standards will be there and available to discuss how Criterion can help transform how businesses work together.
Criterion, the Standards and Governance body for the Financial Services industry, has successfully completed key industry projects to ensure that new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) does not interrupt the delivery of normal service to Financial Services consumers.
Criterion is delighted to be sponsoring the Horizons Lifetime Savings & Investment Conference 2018, 5th – 6th June, London Hilton Tower Bridge.
Nick Green, Head of Standards at Criterion, commented "The DWP Feasibility Report that will set out the framework for quickly establishing a live, working Dashboard capability must also consider the longer term appetite from savers and retirees for this information."
Edinburgh based company Criterion, the new, not-for-profit industry body for Standards and Governance services, has appointed five non-executive directors to the board. This is to help build broad industry representation, as it looks to drive through the collaborative work necessary to meet the needs of a rapidly evolving industry.
Caroline Mansley, Managing Director of Criterion, commenting said: “We viewed this report with interest and in particular the points around single or multiple dashboards. We agree that any solution must deliver simple, impartial and trustworthy information to the consumer. A publicly-hosted service may be a pragmatic first step, with subsequent roll-out providing for service innovation around a robust, common core."