For immediate release: Monday 10 October 2016
Henrik Ramlau-Hansen has been appointed non-executive chairman of NOW: Pensions’ commercial board replacing ATP CEO Carsten Stendevad. NOW: Pensions’ independent Trustee Board remains unchanged.
Ramlau-Hansen has extensive experience in the financial services sector and was CFO of Danske Bank between 2011 and 2016. Prior to that he was CEO of Danica, one of the largest commercial pension funds in Denmark, between 2000 and 2010. Before joining Danica, Ramlau-Hansen was an associate professor in actuarial sciences at the University of Copenhagen.
In September 2016, Ramlau-Hansen was appointed Chairman of the Danish FSA.
A 100% owned subsidiary of ATP, NOW: Pensions is one of the largest workplace pension providers in the UK with over 22,000 participating employers and 1 million members.
The NOW: Pensions commercial board comprises: Henrik Ramlau-Hansen, non-executive chairman; Bo Foged, non-executive director and CFO of ATP; Morten Nilsson, CEO of NOW: Pensions and Troy Clutterbuck, CFO of NOW: Pensions.
Commenting on his appointment, Henrik Ramlau-Hansen said: “NOW: Pensions is an exciting venture and a dynamic business in a very traditional marketplace. I look forward to supporting the company’s unique approach as it grows and develops.”
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Notes to Editors
NOW: Pensions www.nowpensions.com @nowpensions
NOW: Pensions is one of the UK’s largest workplace pension providers with over a million members and tens of thousands of employers from a wide range of sectors. A subsidiary of one of Europe’s largest pension funds, Danish pension scheme ATP, NOW: Pensions entered the UK market in 2011 with a simple and cost effective workplace pension designed specifically with the auto enrolment market in mind.
NOW: Pensions was one of the first providers to achieve independent assurance of scheme quality in accordance with the master trust assurance framework (AAF02/07) introduced by The Pensions Regulator in conjunction with the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales (ICAEW).