Your pension

The Lloyd's Superannuation Fund ('the Fund') provides pension benefits to employees of companies associated with the Lloyd's of London ('Lloyd's') insurance market. Established in 1929 as a multi-employer scheme, numerous companies have participated in the LSF over the years. Click here for a list of those employers.

The Lloyd's Superannuation Fund has no connection with either Lloyds Bank or Lloyd's Register. However, we have provided their contact details under Get in touch.

 

Active & deferred members

If you haven’t yet started to draw your pension from the LSF

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Pensioners

If you are receiving a pension from the LSF (including spouses and dependants)

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Login for 24/7 access to your personal LSF pension details

Once you have registered and logged in, you can:

  • View your latest benefit statement or monthly payslip
  • Get a transfer or retirement illustration
  • Change your address, bank details (if you are currently receiving a pension from LSF) or other personal details
  • Update your nominated beneficiary information

Frequently asked questions

Here's a selection of answers to common questions received by LSF Pensions Administration. You can also browse through our full list of FAQs by clicking on the button below.

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News & updates

This is where you can find out about the latest changes to pensions legislation and LSF updates.
 
6 February 2018

Looking after your data

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19 January 2018

Check your pension online - today

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19 January 2018

The new State pension

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A brief history

The Lloyd's Superannuation Fund was set up in 1929 to provide a pension for male clerks in the employment of members, subscribers or associates at Lloyd’s.

Membership was later extended to cover females and also those other than clerks. In the 1970s, a number of notionally segregated defined benefit schemes were established under the umbrella of the Fund. In the late 1990s, defined contribution schemes were established. As pension provision has changed over the last 20 years or so, the number of participating employers has reduced; you can view or search the list of employers.

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