Find your lost and old pensions

If you've moved jobs during your working life, you may have lost track of some of the pension schemes for previous companies you've worked for. You can contact previous employers and pension providers to get the details of these, although this can be time-consuming.

We're working on a tracing service which is coming soon. So for a small fee of £100, we'll be able to do the hard work for you.

Before you go any further

If you want to find and combine your pensions into one product, our consolidation service is already live and ready to help you do this.

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The People’s Pension 'Lost pension pots' research in 2018 and Association of British Insurers (ABI) research in 2020, reveals:

  • There is nearly £20 billion of unclaimed pensions from 1.6 million pension pots

  • Research shows that only 40% of people in the UK know where their pension pots are

  • The UK is forecasted to have 50 million dormant and lost pensions by 2050



We'll do the hard work for you

Tracing your pensions can be time consuming, our online service will do the hard work for you. We'll:



Find and contact your previous employers - using our own database. We’ll contact them to understand which of their pension schemes might have savings in your name.


Contact the pension providers - When we identify a possible pension scheme, we then check with the provider. We’ll use details you or the employers provided to handle this on your behalf. Meaning no lengthy paperwork or phone calls for you.


Keep you updated - If we find pension savings in your name, we’ll email you and display them in a secure dashboard, highlighting key information, such as guaranteed benefits or charges. This will make it easier for you to decide on next steps.

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