Throughout most employees lifetimes, they will inevitably accumulate a numerous of pensions with various employers and pension providers. There are several options available for existing pension schemes, such as accessing your retirement benefits (from minimum pension age), leaving the plans invested (referred to as ‘paid up’) or transferring the funds to another pension arrangement.
The SuperTrust UK Master Trust pension scheme accepts transfers without a charge, of any size and from any pension provider. All funds invested are held within an actively managed auto enrolment compliant pension scheme, with one of the lowest charging structures in the UK. Upon transfer, you can analyse the ongoing performance of your additional investment as a stand-alone value or combined with your auto enrolment pension contributions.
If there are multiple pensions that need to be transferred into SuperTrust UK Master Trust, please ensure to complete the application in relation to each plan being transferred.
Whilst SuperTrust aims to accept all pension pots a member wishes to transfer into the scheme, our internal transfer procedures may require certain members to seek advice from a qualified financial adviser.
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.