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Why choose SuperTrust for your Workplace Pension
CIPP Qualified Payroll Support
We are a pension fund that understands payroll, so we aim to talk the language of payroll. Many of our client support team are qualified under the Chartered Institute of Payroll Professionals.
HMRC Registered for Relief At Source & Net Pay Arrangement
Employers can setup a scheme using Relief At Source or Net Pay Arrangement.
Over 30 FCA Regulated Investment Options
Our investment applications trade with institutional as well as retail fund managers. We only offer investments that are regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority.
Simple & Secure Payroll Interface
Our payroll interface is built around the Pension and Payroll Data Interface Standard. Employers can submit their payroll data using our OATH 2 authenticated API, or upload a CSV File into our ISO 27001 compliant portal.
Contribution Collection Engine
Amounts calculated in payroll are applied to the Contribution Receivable ledger of the pension fund. Employers or their accountant can download a Statement of Account for balances owed to the Scheme.
Employer Pension Portal (Payroll Interface)
Our infrastructure can support small employers, as well as multi-location corporate employers.
Member Reporting and Communications
See your value of your pension in 'real time' from your Member Portal, with a dynamic contribution history detailing the dates the contributions where paid by your employer and subsequently invested.
Information provided on the site is merely guidance that may change in line with UK law and regulations. Users must not consider this to be financial advice or their sole resource when making any financial decision. SuperTrust UK Master Trust is regulated by the Pensions Regulator (PSR Number: 10274116) as a provider of workplace pension schemes. All investments of the pension scheme are regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA). The trustees understand that based on correspondence with the FCA, scheme members have access to compensation under the rules of the Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS) in the event of the insolvency or default by our investment providers.