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Unilever has announced it would like to make changes to the pension benefits that it provides to its employees as part of wider changes to its reward structure. Any proposals, if agreed following consultation, will only affect future pension benefits for current employees.
Pensioners and members who have left Unilever are not affected by these proposals.
2019 Pensioner MND Election
The results are now available. Find out more here
If you're building up benefits in the Fund, annual renewal is your chance to make changes to the benefits you receive. Download the forms and learn more about the 2020 annual renewal.
We have now reinstated the 2020 annual renewal modeller and you can use it to model contributions and benefits. Access the modeller.
Looking for the Chair’s Statement and the default fund Statement of Investment Principles (SIP)?
Find out more.
There are two pension tax allowances. One applies to the pensions you build up in a year. The other applies to the pensions you build up in your lifetime. If you exceed either of them, you might have to pay a pensions tax charge. Read about the tax allowances.
With Coronavirus continuing to impact the lives of everyone, it’s understandable that you may be concerned about what this means for your pension.
Whilst we will aim for as little disruption as possible, this situation will affect our ways of working and possibly our level of service.
If you need to contact the Unilever Pensions Team, please continue to use the normal contact details.
We will respond to the most urgent queries first, so if your question is more routine please don’t worry if there is a slight delay before we get in touch.
We will continue to update this website and the information available on the Helpline’s telephone number as the situation changes.
Finally, financial fraudsters are taking advantage of these uncertain times with more scams so please be extra vigilant. Further advice can be found on the Government website – GOV.UK