The announcement follows Smart’s recent £165 million Series D funding round
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Smart has passed £2.2bn assets under management on its platform, growing by more than 2,000% in the 3 years since announcing the £100 million milestone.
Neil Murrin joins the global retirement technology firm from Trainline as international growth speeds up further
DWS joins Chrysalis Investments, Barclays, J.P. Morgan, Legal & General Investment Management, Link Group and Natixis Investment Managers as investors in Smart.
As many firms discuss the future of the office Smart signs 15 year lease for London based 6-floor global HQ
Investment will further strengthen Smart’s global retirement technology platform offering, and expansion into the world’s largest retirement markets.
The report takes a look at how the retirement industry will develop across the globe following the coronavirus pandemic.
Comes as new research finds that 1 in 8 UK adults aged 55+ are to delay retirement due to Covid pandemic.
The team will launch a US recordkeeping solution for Pooled Employer Plans in time for SECURE Act 2.0 roll-out
With retirement savings industry Veteran Jodan Ledford at the helm, Smart enters the US market with industry adoption already on a par with the country's second-largest recordkeeper by number of plans.
The changes are announced following the close of a recent funding round and reflects a new international structure.
Natixis Investment Managers, one of the world’s largest asset management firms, has made a strategic investment in Smart.
Workplace pension innovator Smart has been named as the preferred provider to deliver the secondary pension scheme which is set to be introduced into legislation by the States of Guernsey in 2020.
Workplace pensions innovator, Smart, and the leading administrator in the Australian superannuation industry, Link Group, have today announced a strategic global partnership to take their combined expertise into new markets both in the UK and globally.
The news of his new role comes at an important time for the leading workplace pensions innovator as it extends its reach in the UK as a broader DC pension provider and moves into new global territories with its platform technology arm.
Smart has hired ex-Bravura Solutions and GBST EMEA business development director Kirsty Worgan as its first Chief Commercial Officer.
Smart will be one of an initial cohort of ten sector-leading companies to take part in the initiative in Australia
Michael Watkins, 34, was praised by judges for the pioneering work he does to challenge convention within the financial services sector.
Paul Bucksey has extensive expertise in the UK’s pension industry spanning two decades and at a very senior level.
Female leaders and innovators that are transforming financial technology across a broad range of financial services roles.
Smart Pension play an important role in enabling the continued growth of workplace pensions for the benefit of consumers.
The company has taken a minority equity stake in the firm as part of Smart’s new strategic placement funding round, bringing total funds raised to date to c.£50m.