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Who runs Nest?

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Nest is a trust-based workplace pension scheme run by a Trustee, the Nest Corporation. The Trustee is comprised of up to 15 Board members and the employees of Nest Corporation.

The Board members are collectively referred to as the Board of Nest Corporation, or simply the Board. They’re supported by an executive team and specialists in pensions, product, design, investment, communications and business support.

As a public corporation, Nest Corporation reports to Parliament through the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions. This includes issuing an annual report setting out what we’ve been doing over the last year and how we’re managing the Nest scheme.

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See the Nest Corporation annual report and accounts

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The Board

The Chair and Board Members set the strategic direction and objectives of Nest.

Find out more about Nest’s Board Members

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The executive team

Day-to-day management of Nest Corporation is delegated by the Board to the executive team.

Find out more about the executive team

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Employers’ and Members’ Panel

These two panels give us an insight into the views of employers and members to help us decide on the future operation of Nest, as well as developments or changes to the scheme.

Find out about our panels

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How Nest is run

As a public corporation we have no owners or shareholders. This means we’re free to run the scheme in the interests of our members.

How Nest is run