NEST grows membership by nearly 30% in one year

Kim Kaveh
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The number of members to have ever used NEST rose by 28% over the 2018/19 fiscal year to 31 March
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The number of members to have ever used NEST rose by 28% over the 2018/19 fiscal year to 31 March

The number of members to have ever used NEST rose by 28% over the 2018/19 fiscal year to 31 March, according to its research arm, NEST Insight.

In a report published 16 October in partnership with Vanguard, the master trust noted that while the majority of members that joined NEST over the year were auto-enrolled, over 250,000 (8%) of people actively...

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