The Association of British Insurers (ABI) and the National Employment Savings Trust (NEST) have agreed a partnership deal in a bid to formalise their relationship.
The organisations have worked together on key issues affecting the long-term savings industry, including the development of auto-enrolment (AE) and the pensions dashboard.
ABI director of long-term savings Dr Yvonne Braun said: "The ABI and its members are committed to a well-functioning long-term savings market in the UK which is critical given our ageing society.
"NEST is playing an important part in this market and we share the desire to help millions of people enjoy a better retirement."
NEST's director of strategy Zoe Alexander said: "We've worked closely with the ABI and their members for a number of years. Now we are formalising our partnership in a way that will open up new opportunities for us.
"For instance, NEST employees will be able to access personal development opportunities and join the ABI's Talent & Diversity Network. This will support NEST as we continue to grow."
This partnership is similar to ABI's current partnership with flood insurance scheme Flood Re.
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