Employers

What We Offer

Wiltshire Pension Fund is committed to providing an excellent service for employers in administering the Pension Scheme for their employees. We administer the Pension Scheme for more than 180 Employers.

We aim to provide clear and comprehensive information on this website, providing a good response to queries raised by email or telephone, and to process information accurately.

We also provide relevant Employer information, along with the Employer Forms, on the Website on the Forms and Publications page.

We regularly aim to update all information on the website, as well as sending regular Technical Updates, Newsletters and holding regular Employer Forum meetings for all employers.

Pension Liaison Contact

In order that we provide the relevant information to you, including Technical Updates, Newsletters and announcements, we require a Pension Liaison Contact as our main port of call. The nominated person will need to hold a sufficient level of responsibility and will be able to manage the information internally. We still need to hold contacts relevant to HR, Payroll and Finance and will communicate to those roles accordingly.

How to Join

You will need to check if you are eligible to join the Wiltshire Pension Fund. Information about how a new Employer can join and further explanation of these terms can be found on the Employer’s Information on the Forms and Publications page.

Types of Employers

These are split into the categories of Scheduled Bodies, Resolution Bodies and Admitted Bodies.

Scheduled Bodies have an automatic right to be in the Pension Scheme. Resolution Bodies can enter based on resolving to do so for one or more members, for Admitted Bodies, this is subject to meeting the eligibility criteria and a legal agreement called an Admission Agreement being signed by the relevant parties.

For any employer support or guidance issues, which cannot be found on the Website, please contact Denise Robinson on 01225 713505 or email: [email protected]

 

 

 

 

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