We’re committed to supporting you through times of uncertainty. We’ve put together information and insight to help you during times of stock market volatility, often as a result of global events such as the Coronavirus pandemic, Britain leaving the EU, and the current conflict in Ukraine.
Our experts answer the most topical questions about our pensions, investments and life insurance. From how to spot a pension scam, to what to do if your investment value is falling.
What makes investment values rise and fall? We’ll explain what causes stock market volatility, and why you should take a long term view when it comes to your investments.
Fraudsters may use times of uncertainty to trick people into a scam. Read our 6 signs of a pension scam to see what to look out for.
Given the gravity of the situation in Ukraine, we’re making changes to our limited exposure to Russian stocks. Find out more about what this means for you and your investments.
Times of uncertainty can lead people to look for new investments. Read our advice to ensure you are aware of the signs of investment fraud.
Our Pension Wellbeing guide is full of helpful and practical ways to help you plan for your future. From the pension basics to practical support to help make sure your plans are on track for the retirement you want.Get started (PDF, 2MB)
If you still can’t find the information you need, these free resources can help you take on your finances and plan for the future.
If you need further personalised help an independent financial adviser can provide advice tailored to your circumstances. There is usually a charge for this. Visit Unbiased to find an adviser in your area.
Managing your mental health during times of uncertainty is important. For the latest information and tips, our charity partner Mental Health UK can help.
We’ve answered some of the most commonly asked Pension, Life Insurance and Investment questions.