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Corporate Pensions – Member services

Our online member services put you in control of your company pension

Our online services give you instant information about your pension, as well as providing simple servicing options.

We take your internet security very seriously, and use advanced encryption technology to ensure your information is kept secure at all times. We are part of Lloyds Banking Group, and benefit from their huge experience in online banking.

Find out what you can do online

Your employer will decide what type of online services are wanted for employees. Depending on which of the online services packages they choose, we will issue you with a user ID. This gives you secure access to your pension records and may allow you to do the following things online:

  • Use our ‘What if?’ calculator
  • Change your investment choices
  • View your pension details
  • View your current pension value
  • View your investment history
  • Request a pension benefit statement
  • Do a payment enquiry
  • Change your address details
  • Change your contact details
  • Change any personal payments from your bank
  • Change your bank account details
  • Make a single (lump sum) pension payment

Explore your pension options with our ‘What if?’ Calculator

Our simple ‘What if?’ calculator uses your actual plan information to give you meaningful projections. It will help you to explore how your pension might be affected if you make certain changes. The calculator shows a current valuation plus estimates of the retirement benefits this might provide. By keying in alternative options, the calculator will help to answer questions such as:

How might my pension be affected if I …

  • retire earlier or later than planned?
  • take a career break?
  • pay in extra lump sums?
  • change my regular payments?
  • stop paying in?
  • get a pay rise?

Pensions are a long-term investment. The retirement benefits you receive from your pension plan will depend on a number of factors including the value of your plan when you decide to take your benefits which isn't guaranteed, and can go down as well as up. The value of your plan could fall below the amount(s) paid in.