- Joining the pension
Get the most from your pension
- Use the tools
- Boost your pension
- Understanding investments
- Approaching retirement
- Payment options
- Investment choices
- Common questions
Your investment options
When you join the Faithful + Gould Personal Pension Plan your money is automatically invested in the low-involvement option. Faithful + Gould and their adviser have specifically selected this for your company pension as it’s believed to be an appropriate option for most members’ pension plan investments.
Unless you decide to move your money into another investment this is where it will stay invested. You should review this option and check it's suitable for your needs.
It could be appropriate if:
- You want a low level of involvement in the selection of your investment options
- You don't want to worry about moving your investments around as you approach retirement
To find out more about the low-involvement option, see the information provided by your employer and the How to choose the right investment options for your pension guide (PDF, 740KB) .
Choose your own investments
If you want more choice - or more control - over where your money is invested, you can choose from a wider range of options. There are choices to suit your level of experience with investing and how much time you want to spend monitoring and managing your investments.
For more information on these options, see the:
You can access more information on our funds, including details of past performance and fund fact sheets, on Standard Life's website.
As with any investment its value can go down as well as up and may be worth less than what was paid in. lf you need help choosing your investments, you should seek financial advice. There is likely to be a charge for this.
To help you make an informed decision we've provided you with important information that you should read. You should print or save copies of these documents for future reference.
This document explains the features of the product.
This document gives you an illustration of what your pension could be worth.
Read this guide for more information on your investment options, including details about charges and fund codes.
Read this guide for more information about how pensions work.