NEST hits 100,000 member landmark


The National Employment Savings Trust (NEST) has hit a landmark of over 100,000 participating members, a step towards its target of at least two million members by the end of staging.

At an event for employers and advisers, NEST revealed it is now working with more than 300 large employers, including the hairdressers Headmasters, clothing retailer H&M, pub chain Greene King and publisher Random House. NEST chief executive Tim Jones said the scheme was working with a broad range of employers. He said: "Automatic enrolment is now in full swing and NEST is playing a critical role for many employers. "We will be catering for a broad range of employers, from large to small, across a wide range of sectors. Accordingly, we are continually evolving our services to meet ...

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