Welcome to the Investor Plan
The Investor Plan is the Defined Contribution Section of the Siemens Benefits Scheme.
When you join, the Trustee sets up an investment account in your name. Each month, your account is credited with your contributions and those made by the Company. You choose how you want the Trustee to invest your account from a range of options. When you retire, you can use the money built up in your account in a number of ways to provide you with a retirement income. This is in addition to, and separate from, any State Pension entitlement.
Log into your 'My Work Pension' account
- Before you start the registration process you will need your member reference and national insurance number. We use your member reference to identify your record. It’s quoted on letters and emails we send. If you don’t have your reference, you can call the helpline and after completing a security check, we can tell you what it is or you can email us at email@example.com.
- After 24 hours, your registration should have been processed and you can then log in via PKI.
- If you would like to access your account outside of the Siemens network, or you no longer work for Siemens, then you can use your username and password.
- If you have any issues contact Trafalgar house. For security reasons, please include your Date of Birth and Address when you first e-mail THPA, so they can verify it is you quickly.
Here are some tools to help you plan for a better retirement.
The toolkit has been designed to help you understand how the Investor Plan can be part of your retirement planning.
The Trustee is pleased to present Your Outlook Newsletter - 2021
The Outlook Newsletter is designed to update members on the latest information for the Siemens Benefits Scheme.
This is now available to view online on the website www2.myworkpension.co.uk.
To view the Outlook Newsletter, please log in and go Resources, and then select Scheme and General News.
Watch out for scams!
Scammers can be articulate and financially knowledgeable, with credible websites, testimonials, and materials that are hard to distinguish from the real thing. A pension scam is when someone tries to con you out of your pension money. Scammers design attractive offers to persuade you to transfer your pension pot to them or to release funds from it.
More information on Investor Plan.