Now Pensions is a defined contribution master trust which serves tens of thousands of employers and over a million employees from a wide range of sectors.
The Living Wage Foundation has launched a campaign to tackle work insecurity after research found one in six workers are in low-paid, unstable work.
The last of 38 master trusts expected to apply for authorisation have now submitted their applications to The Pensions Regulator (TPR), its latest update reveals.
Troy Clutterbuck says action must be taken by all involved to ensure that the £400m - and growing - of unclaimed pension savings are not lost entirely
The Pensions Regulator (TPR) has granted Now Pensions a six-week extension for its master trust authorisation application after the 31 March deadline, PP can reveal.
Cardano Group has agreed to acquire 100% of workplace pension provider Now Pensions with just over six weeks to go until the master trust authorisation deadline.
Now Pensions has overhauled its administration system after historic issues caused a failure in collecting and investing around 265,000 members' contributions.
NOW Pensions' director of policy says this will be the year when the net-pay anomaly becomes too awkward to ignore, and predicts LISA will have its own lifetime curtailed
The government is set to review an anomaly which sees lower-paid workers in the majority of master trusts lose out on tax relief, it has confirmed.
The BT Pension Scheme (BTPS) has appointed Now Pensions founder Morten Nilsson as chief executive of its investment management and advisory arm.
Industry heavyweights have urged chancellor Philip Hammond to take action on the net pay pensions tax relief anomaly which affects lower-paid earners.
Hymans Robertson has unveiled research analysing investment performance across the 16 largest master trust default funds. Kim Kaveh explores the data.
Initial responses to The Pensions Regulator's (TPR) consultation on how master trusts will be supervised says it lacks detail on some of its policy proposals, including pause orders.
This week's top stories included the 'Buck' name being revived as Conduent sold off the HR consulting business to a private equity investor.
Now Pensions has made "huge progress" in resolving legacy administration issues - switching systems and completing unit adjustment for a "large proportion" of members, it says.
The government is set to take a close look at the current pension tax relief system, Baroness Buscombe revealed in a speech to the House of Lords last night.
Six out of nine automatic enrolment (AE) providers have no policy to prevent investments in companies that profit from chemical and biological weapons, according to analysis by ShareAction.
Last week's top stories included ITM completing a management buyout backed by private equity, and the regulator publishing its corporate plan for the next three years.
Low income earners in the majority of master trusts are missing out on tax relief on their retirement savings due to a legislative technicality, according to research.
The majority of employees will stay opted into their automatic enrolment (AE) scheme despite their pension contributions tripling, Now Pensions research finds.
Some 28% of senior business decision-makers are unaware that automatic enrolment (AE) minimum contributions are increasing next month, according to Now Pensions research.
Average opt-out rates for 22- to 29-year old female members were 5% in December compared to 3% for men - a trend that accelerates across older groups, according to Now Pensions analysis conducted exclusively for PP.
The trustee of master trust Now Pensions has been fined and given a set of stringent deadlines to fix long-running pension scheme issues, The Pensions Regulator (TPR) announced today.
Master trusts will need to be authorised by the regulator from October, but the current framework is still a draft. James Phillips explores if it's ready.
Now Pensions has invested approximately £65m worth of green bonds through its diversified growth fund (DGF).