The Pensions Trust was founded in 1946 as the Social Workers Pension Fund. It was established by the National Council for Voluntary Organisations and provided a solution for social workers who weren’t eligible for public sector pensions.
271 members and net assets worth £5,506 (plus 6 shillings and 8 pence).
Social Housing Pension Scheme (SHPS) set up and grew with the expansion of social housing in the UK.
Name changed to The Pensions Trust for Charities and Voluntary Organisations to reflect its wider membership and growth.
Independent Schools’ Pension Scheme (ISPS) established for support staff.
Launch of Flexible Retirement Plan (FRP) our main defined contribution (DC) scheme.
Leading provider for the charitable and not-for-profit sectors.
DB Complete launched - providing workplace pensions to employers across all sectors for the first time.
With around £7 billion of assets under management, we now serve more than 2,400 organisations and around 240,000 members.
The Pensions Trust awarded Master Trust Quality Assurance Framework from The Pensions Regulator.
Assets Under Management reach c. £8 billion, we now serve more than 2,400 organisations and around 250,000 members.
In October 2016 name changed from The Pensions Trust to TPT Retirement Solutions.
Assets Under Management reach c. £9 billion.
With around £10 billion of assets under management, we now serve more than 2,500 organisations and around 300,000 members.
TPT receives Master Trust authorisation from The Pensions Regulator in June 2019.
Assets under management reach £12 billion, serving more than 2,600 employers and over 350,000 members.
Assets under management reach £13 billion (£11 billion in Defined Benefit and £1.9 billion in Defined Contribution).
TPT celebrates it's 75th anniversary, providing leading workplace pensions to 2,600 organisations and 389,000 members.
Assets under management reach £14.1 billion (as at 30 September 2021) serving more than 2,600 employers and 400,000 members.