For immediate release: Monday 14 November 2016
Workplace pension provider NOW: Pensions is this week celebrating the first anniversary of its Nottingham office at 37 Park Row.
Since opening the doors, NOW: Pensions has hired 120 people in Nottingham in a wide range of roles including client support, operations, technical support, finance, IT, sales and administration and is continuing to expand.
Initially, NOW: Pensions occupied the 4th floor of the building but in June also took the 3rd floor. To accommodate its ever expanding team, at the end of October, NOW: Pensions also moved into the 2nd floor of the building taking the total capacity of the office to 300.
One of the UK’s leading providers of workplace pensions for auto enrolment, NOW: Pensions has over 22,000 clients and more than 1 million members. Its parent company is Danish pension fund ATP.
Morten Nilsson, CEO of NOW: Pensions said: “In just one year, our Nottingham office has grown to become our main operational centre.
It’s been fantastic witnessing the growth of the office and I’m really proud of everything we’ve achieved.
The vast majority of people we’ve appointed have been from the local area and a number have already been promoted. It’s a really vibrant place with huge opportunities for the staff there.”
All details of current vacancies at the Nottingham office can be found by visiting www.nowpensions.com/about/careers/
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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).