Whether you are an employer who provides a pension for your staff, a trustee of a pension scheme or a provider of services such as investment or advice, then the National Association of Pension Funds is your indispensable voice where it matters.
The NAPF exists to promote an environment where people can save for retirement through the workplace with confidence, (surveys consistently show that the workplace is the most preferred when it comes to saving for retirement).
We have a close and effective working relationships with Ministers, MPs, officials and regulators and are recognised as the main representative body for workplace pensions, a powerful collective voice not available to individual schemes. We speak for 1,300 pension schemes with some 15 million members and assets of around £900 billion.
NAPF members also include over 400 businesses providing essential services to the pensions sector.
If you are involved with your workplace pension scheme or if you work for a business that is a member, then you are entitled to NAPF member benefits.
Members talk to us about what the NAPF means to them
Successes for 2013
Our lobbying in Europe has ensured the damaging Pillar One proposals were removed from the revised IORP Directive. This has saved our members unnecessary scheme funding of around £150bn; an amount which would have closed many DB schemes entirely.
In February we launched our Automatic Enrolment website and updated our popular AE Made Simple guides.
In October this year, we are launching a Defined Contribution Council to demonstrate our commitment to this area of work.