Workplace Pensions

Workplace Pensions

A workplace pension scheme can be mutually beneficial for both employers and employees.

As an employer a workplace pension is an opportunity to build a strong benefits package for your employees, thus enabling you to attract the right employees and create loyalty. A Workplace pension may seem like a difficult and expensive process but with NOW: Pensions as your pensions provider, it’s not.

As an employee it’s a golden opportunity to make sure you have sufficient funds when you retire. Pensions can seem very complicated and opaque, but at NOW: Pensions our proposition is built around total accountability and transparency, to provide our members with a simple, straightforward and cost-efficient workplace pension.

 

Workplace Pension Resources

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Over a short period of time, NOW: Pensions has established itself as a respected and credible player in the UK workplace pensions market attracting thousands of employers and hundreds of thousands of members. Joining the team at such a crucial time… — Jocelyn Blackwell, Founder of Dunnett Shaw and Raising Standards in Pensions Administration
I am excited to be joining such a distinguished Board of Trustees, over-seeing a modern, transparent, cost efficient and high-performing pension fund. — Win Robbins, former Head of European Fixed Income Barclays Global Investors
There is a need for a member-centric solution designed for ease of use with low costs and cutting edge investment strategy, which delivers long term stable returns. ATP's in-house investment capabilities, combined with our novel and innovative… — Lars Rohde, Governor of the National Bank of Denmark and Former CEO of ATP Group
… We particularly like that NOW: Pensions combines impressive investment and risk management, which should help staff achieve better results over the long term. — Liam Kennedy, Editorial Director at IPE
“We were impressed with the simplicity of its scheme. The ease of implementation was also a big plus for us and has removed much of the administrative headache.” — Neil Tune, HR director at Fitness First