Troy Clutterbuck Appointed CEO of NOW: Pensions


NOW: Pensions has today confirmed the appointment of Troy Clutterbuck as permanent CEO.

Troy was appointed as interim CEO of NOW: Pensions in August 2017 having joined the firm in 2016 as CFO.

Prior to joining NOW: Pensions, Troy held a number of key roles over a 15-year career with Jardine Lloyd Thompson Group including CFO UK Employee Benefits and Commercial Director, Latin America and Canada.

A wholly owned subsidiary of ATP, one of Europe’s largest pension funds, NOW: Pensions is the UK’s third largest auto enrolment provider with more than 1.6 million members and over 32,000 employers. It has over £600m in assets under management.

Henrik Ramlau-Hansen, Non-Executive Chairman, NOW: Pensions Limited said: “Troy has clearly demonstrated his credentials as CEO and shown strong leadership in recent months. The Board is looking forward to working with him as NOW: Pensions enters its next phase.”

Commenting on his appointment, Troy Clutterbuck said: “With the significant investment and improvements we have made in processes, people and platforms we are very well positioned for the future. We have a strong business, built on a sustainable business model which entered profitability in April. I am proud of what NOW: Pensions has achieved so far and look forward to leading the business.”

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For further information:

Amy Mankelow / Cheriton Lee

NOW: Pensions

Tel: 0203 948 9234 / 0203 948 9236 /


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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 company wholly owned by Danish pension scheme ATP; one of Europe’s largest pension funds. 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 has a good technical infrastructure combined with a pension product suitable for our team. We couldn’t be happier with NOW: Pensions.
Martin Woods,