NOW: Pensions expands Nottingham office

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For immediate release: 27 June 2016

Workplace pensions provider NOW: Pensions has expanded its Nottingham office, taking an additional floor at its newly opened 37 Park Row office.

The expansion comes seven months after NOW: Pensions opened its Nottingham office in November 2015. Since that time, NOW: Pensions has hired 66 employees including roles in client support, finance, sales, I.T. and administration. As part of the expansion, the aim is to hire a further 192 members of staff over the next two years.

NOW: Pensions will be hosting regular assessment centres for its client support and administration roles and all jobs will be advertised on our website, various hiring sites and also at the Jobcentre Plus. Whilst experience of financial services is preferable, it is not essential as full training is provided. Further information can be found on the NOW: Pensions careers website at

One of the UK’s leading providers of workplace pensions for auto enrolment, NOW: Pensions has over 20,000 clients and more than 900,000 members. Its parent company is Danish pension fund ATP.

Morten Nilsson, CEO of NOW: Pensions said: “We opened our doors in Nottingham just seven months ago and have been impressed with the calibre of staff we’ve attracted in Nottingham.  We look forward to welcoming many more over the coming months.

With thousands of firms still to introduce pensions for their staff in 2016, there will be huge demand for our services. The office expansion in Nottingham will help to make sure our customers receive the support they need both with the introduction of their schemes and on an ongoing basis.”

Sarah Louise-Smith, NOW: Pensions Technical Consultant, Nottingham said: “What initially attracted me to NOW: Pensions was the growth of the business and the opportunities that creates. The recruitment process was pretty straightforward and I really enjoy the team I work with, the environment and flexibility offered. If someone asked me what to say to somebody thinking of joining NOW: Pensions, I would say do it!”

Details of the new roles can be found at


For further information:

Amy Mankelow
NOW: Pensions
Tel: 0203 640 9075

Cheriton Lee
NOW: Pensions
Tel: 0203 826 1464

NOW: Pensions @nowpensions

NOW: Pensions is an independent, multi-employer trust serving thousands of employers and hundreds of thousands of employees from a wide range of sectors.

A subsidiary of one of Europe’s largest pension funds, Danish pension scheme ATP, NOW: Pensions offers a simple and cost effective workplace pension solution direct to employers and via advisers and the payroll sector.

In April 2013, NOW: Pensions became the first master trust to attain the NAPF’s new PQM Ready Standard. The benchmark shows employers that NOW: Pensions is a well governed pension scheme with low charges and good member communications.

In January 2015, NOW: Pensions achieved independent assurance of scheme quality in accordance with the new master trust assurance framework (AAF02/07) introduced by The Pensions Regulator (TPR) in conjunction with the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales (ICAEW).

The NOW: Pension Trustee Directors, whose role is to safeguard the interests of members, comprises well-known industry figures with different areas of expertise:

  • Jocelyn Blackwell, founding partner Dunnett Shaw
  • Christopher Daykin, former Government Actuary
  • John Monks, member of House of Lords and former General Secretary of ETUC and TUC
  • Win Robbins, former Head of European Fixed Income at Barclays Global Investors
  • Nigel Waterson, former Shadow Pensions Minister

Charges are just £1.50 per month administration charge (reduced administration charge of £0.30 – £1.00 to be applied during auto enrolment phasing for lower earners) plus a 0.3% annual product investment management charge, with no hidden charges.

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NOW: Pensions has a good technical infrastructure combined with a pension product suitable for our team. We couldn’t be happier with NOW: Pensions.
Martin Woods,