The Pension Tracing Service is a free service run by the government's Department for Work and Pensions. You can search their database of more than 320,000 workplace and personal pension schemes to find your pension providers contact details.
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Search for your scheme contact details
For workplace pensions you'll be able to search on your employer's name or the name of the pension scheme.
For personal pensions you can search on the scheme name or the name of the pension provider.
Need some help?
If you've searched and still can't find the details you need, you'll find the Pension Tracing Service's contact details using the link at the bottom of this page.
They'll need some details from you that may include:
For personal pensions:
- your name;
- date of birth, and
- national insurance number.
For a workplace pension:
- the name of the employer or pension scheme;
- the employers type of business;
- the date you joined the scheme, and
- the last known address of the employer.
Start the search
Using the service is easy - simply visit the website using the link below and follow the prompts.