Smart has promoted chief operating officer (COO) Jamie Fiveash to the role of UK chief executive (CEO).
This follows recent changes in roles for Andrew Evans and Will Wynne to group CEO and group managing director respectively.
Smart - the global platform provider behind the Smart Pension Master Trust - has seen scheme growth from £100m to nearly £1bn assets under management since Fiveash joined in 2017. He has also helped form strategic partnerships with Link Group as part of the company's Series C funding round.
Evans said: "As an expert on the UK pensions market, we are confident that Jamie will lead our home country successfully through its continued period of growth."
Fiveash added: "I'm delighted to take on this new role here at Smart as the business grows from a pensions business to a global retirement savings platform provider. Our modern, purpose-built platform addresses a significant gap in the UK defined contribution pensions market and our opportunities here are vast.
"A key part of my role will be to ensure we focus clearly on obtaining and developing the right strategic deals and partnerships, to ensure we continue to deliver value to our clients and help transform the wider pensions market."
Fiveash originally joined Smart from B&CE - the provider of The People's Pension - where he held a number of roles including COO. He is also a former non-executive director of the Pensions and Lifetime Savings Association board.
Trish Houston has been appointed as chief operating officer (COO) at Law Debenture and will also join its board as an executive director.
The UK Sustainable Investment and Finance Association (UKSIF) has appointed James Alexander as its chief executive officer (CEO).
Formerly UK-centric Smart will launch in three new territories next year as part of an expansion following the close of its most recent funding round.
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