News & Updates

LSF website notice

04 January 2017

Your member self-service website is currently closed for redevelopment.

A new pensions website is being prepared to make it easier for you, as a member of the Lloyd’s Superannuation Fund, to access information in real time about the Fund and your benefits in it.

The new service will be available to all members, whether you are an active, deferred or pensioner member. You will be able to:

• Check and update your personal details
• View or download a copy of your benefit statement
• Review your benefits and get a retirement illustration
• Get your transfer value
• Update your nominated beneficiary information
• Get your payslips, pension pay dates and P60s (pensioners only)

We will notify members by post when access to the new service is available.

Your member self-service website is currently closed for redevelopment.
The Trustee have made an initial response to the proposed acquisition of Amlin plc by Mitsui Sumitomo Insurance Company Limited, which you can view here.
There has been a software issue that has affected May’s pension payments which we are resolving with our software provider with the help of BACS and NatWest.
The Chancellor of the Exchequer made a number of announcements in his budget speech on 19 March 2014 relating to pensions.
If you’re planning to visit us, please note that we have moved offices, although our postal address remains the same.
In a widely anticipated move, the Chancellor announced shortly before Christmas that the Annual Allowance will drop to £40,000 from 2014/2015.
Shortly after the latest Pension Briefing went to print, the Government published further details of its proposals to introduce a flat-rate State pension.
The latest issue of PensionBriefing has been sent to members and is now also available online in the Pension Library.
The latest issue of PensionBriefing will soon be dropping through your letterboxes.
The Pensions Bill 2010/11 received Royal Assent on 3 November 2011, to become the Pensions Act 2011.
In his 22 March budget, the chancellor George Osborne made several announcements that will affect pensions.
news - moved
Remember that the Pensions Administration team has moved, and that post sent to our former address (40 Lime Street) is no longer being forwarded to us.
Retire early
If so, please remember that from 6 April 2010 the earliest you can retire is age 55 (previously age 50).