PensionBee has surpassed half a billions pounds in total assets under administration since the firm was founded in 2014.
In 2017 - its first full year of operations - the firm's assets under administration reached £100m and have since grown to more than £500m.
The firm - which combines members' multiple pensions into one online plan - has also see the number of active accounts grow from 10,000 to 46,000 since 2017.
Chief executive Romi Savova said: "We will continue to grow and attract more customers by making pensions even more accessible, while pressing for industry change and campaigning for the rights of pension savers."
Chairman Mark Wood added: "PensionBee has used innovative technology to put the customer at the heart of everything it does… which continues to result in a growing, active customer base. The company is well placed to continue to invest in attracting more customers and growing its assets under administration."
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