Davey Administration Group and Cromwick and Davey are pleased to announce PACETPA as its new brand. We have been serving our clients for more than three decades. This new brand will make it easier to communicate with you, our valued clients and strategic partners, with a more consistent message and better service.
All of the same individuals you have worked with will continue to service your accounts, and they will also be supported by new processes and procedures to improve our response times and quality of support for your retirement plans.
As part of our brand change we wanted to make it clear what we do for our clients in our name.
P: Plan Design
TPA: Third-Party Administrators
We look forward to continuing our valued relationship with you. Please don’t hesitate to contact us with any questions or concerns.
Thomas A. Davey
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