How to find old pensions

With around £140 billion of unclaimed pension funds, it is worth tracking down funds you set up years ago.

It is easy and very common to lose touch with pension savings. However, it is by no means straightforward to get back in touch with these savings.

We have advisers available ready to help you find your pension savings. To qualify, all you need to do is provide information confirming that you have currently pension savings worth £15k or more (in plans you know about), then our advisers will be able to help you track down the ones you cannot find.

Complete the form below to start finding your old pensions…

Your details will be passed to financial advisers who will carry out an investigation on your behalf to find lost pensions or frozen pension funds, then, offer advice on how to best manage these funds.
Please note: All advisers do not charge for the initial consultation and the pension search as it forms part of the advice service. You can then choose to take up the advice, at which point the adviser firm will need to stipulate any charges and fee’s before proceeding.
*If ALL your pension pots (including the ones you already know about) exceed £15,000** we will carry out an investigation to find lost or frozen pension funds.
**Most people in their 40’s and 50’s who have been contributing to pensions for at least 10 years will likely have pension savings worth more than £15,000 and therefore should easily exceed the £15,000 no-obligation pension tracing bracket.

Billion’s in Unclaimed Funds!

* There is currently an estimated £140 million in unclaimed “lost” pension savings. This is money people have previously saved for retirement, that is unclaimed. So, it is worth checking if you could have pension funds that have not been claimed!