Workplace pension provider NOW: Pensions, which provides pensions for 1.8 million people, today announces the appointment of Fiona Page to the Commercial Board. This comes shortly after the announcement that Michael de Lathauwer is the new Non-Executive Chairman.
Page has excellent experience in the pension industry. As CEO of PensionsFirst Analytics from 2011 – 2013 and previously as CTO, Fiona was the original architect of PFaroe, PensionsFirst’s award winning proprietary web-based platform for measuring and reporting defined benefit pension risk. She was a founding partner of RiskFirst (formerly Pensions First), a multi-award winning SaaS business established in 2007 to revolutionise the management and reporting of risk in the pensions industry.
Page also founded, led and managed three successful, independent businesses including Quadrant Capital, an asset management company and RiskFirst, a FinTech business providing risk analytics to the UK and US pension industries. Most recently, Fiona was a Senior Advisor at Lincoln Pensions.
Page said, “I’m really excited to be joining the Board at such an exciting time for the industry. As auto enrolment approaches its 10th anniversary, this is now a good time to be reviewing the scheme, while ensuring master trust sustainability and good governance are upheld.”
In 2019 and 2020, NOW: Pensions made four other appointments: Laurie Edmans CBE as Commercial Board Director while Edward Jones, Theodore Sotir, and Kevin Wesbroom joined the Trustee Board.
The NOW: Pensions’ Trustee board comprises well-known industry figures with different areas of expertise:
- Joanne Segars OBE, Chair
- Jocelyn Blackwell
- Dalriada Trustees, represented by Adrian Kennett
Michael de Lathauwer, Chairman of the Commercial Board said, “As one of the largest and most innovative master trusts in the market, NOW: Pensions has a crucial role to play in ensuring auto enrolment continues to be a success. These new appointments further strengthen our expertise in ensuring we provide better member outcomes whilst delivering on our environmental, social and governance promises for 2021 and beyond.”
| Samantha Gould – NOW: Pensions|