We know it’s a difficult time for us all as we face uncertainty around the outbreak of the coronavirus and the disruption it’s causing to our daily lives. We are as committed as ever to helping people plan for a secure financial future and all the actions we are taking now are to ensure we can support both you and your employees during this difficult period.
Due to the challenging times we’re all experiencing we have seen an increase in call volumes. We need your help to encourage your employees to use our online support and services as much as they can to help keep our telephony service free for our most vulnerable customers. You and your employees can still use our online services as well as access our latest Covid-19 update.
In this short film, Pensions Minister, Guy Opperman, shares his thoughts on the importance of retirement savings, even during times of financial difficulty, and the positive changes the pandemic has had on the pensions sector.
Read our latest summary of the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme and how it affects employer pension contributions.
We’ve put together a list of your most frequently asked questions on employer pension contributions in relation to the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme.
Watch the playback of our recent employer webinar to find out more about what Covid-19 means for your Workplace Pension scheme.
Following the Covid-19 Employer Webinar, read our Furlough and Pension Schemes article where our Pension Experts explain the furlough examples in more detail.
Senior Investment Specialist, Scott Brooks, explains the impact Coronavirus (Covid-19) is having on investment markets and highlights the long-term nature of pension savings.
Fund managers are starting to resume trading in their property funds now that property valuers are able to provide accurate valuations for the properties held in the funds.
For the latest information on how the coronavirus is affecting investments, including impact on the stock market, read our latest market update.
We want to share some information and support for you and your employees as we expect many of them will be concerned about the effect of the current global coronavirus pandemic on their long term pension savings.
Our dedicated Redundancy Hub supports employees facing redundancy during this time of uncertainty, by providing information on how leaving a job could affect their retirement savings, as well as further support for their wider financial and mental wellbeing to help them get back on track.Visit now
We’ve developed a couple of short films and a blog on stock market fluctuations that you can share with your employees during this turbulent investment period.
Learn more about what makes investment values go up and down. We’ll explain why market volatility is normal, and how long-term investing works.
Take a few minutes to learn how investing across different asset types can be a good way to reduce the overall level of investment risk to your money.
We help you answer your employees’ top pension related questions during this uncertain time through our expert at home series, thought leadership articles and FAQs.
We’ve answered your employees’ top questions on pensions and investments through our partnership with Leading Britain's Conversation (LBC). Find out what our experts had to say.
Investment Director Iain McGowan addresses some of the most frequently asked questions on how Coronavirus could affect investments.
Fraudsters may use the uncertainty around Coronavirus to trick people into a scam. Share our 6 signs of a pension scam so your employees know what to look out for.Share now
Our Pension Wellbeing Guide can help your employees get on top of their future planning during these uncertain times. Share with them now to help keep them on track and for guidance on what to do next.Share now
Keep up to date with the latest guidance Government and NHS