NESPF provides a pension for employees of Aberdeen City Council, Aberdeenshire Council and The Moray Council as well as around 50 other public or charitable bodies. Elected members serving as councillors are also eligible to join.
Teachers are not eligible to join the LGPS as they have their own pension arrangements. Likewise operational staff in Police Scotland and the Scottish Fire and Rescue service have their own pension schemes. Participating employers should advise their staff what pension scheme they can join or belong to.
Whilst day to day work is carried out by fully trained pension staff, overall responsibility for the North East Scotland Pension Funds has been delegated to the Pensions Committee.Find out more
Produced annually to keep members, employers and other stakeholders informed about the administration and performance of the North East Scotland Pension Funds.Find out more
Contributions received from employee and employers are invested by NESPF in order to meet long term costs. The Fund invests in a range of assets including equities, bonds and property in order to maximise returns whilst spreading investment risk.Find out more
Performance relating to key administration tasks declared in our Pension Administration Strategy and compliance with The Pension Regulator Code of Practice 14.View our performance
Since the introduction of auto enrolment in 2012, more of us are now paying into a workplace pension than ever before.
Billions of pounds worth of pensions are sitting unclaimed in pension pots, and many of us might not know they even exist.
As the cost of living crisis continues, many of us might be reviewing our outgoings, considering if and where we can cut back on any extra spending.
We might be able to spot trick-or-treaters at our doors this autumn, but do we know the tell-tale signs of a pension trickster?