Defined Benefit Pension Transfer

Jaguar Pension Plan

Do you have an old Jaguar Pension Plan you are thinking about transferring into a more flexible arrangement?

Below is a general overview of what the scheme benefits are, these might vary from member to member, depending on what category you belonged to.

If you would like to find out if transferring your pension is suitable for you, why not get started today and receive your free Pension Transfer Guide and arrange a free initial consultation.

Jaguar Pension Plan

Disclaimer

The information we provide here is our understanding of the pension scheme and may not be the latest, there may also be some detail missing. It is provided in good faith as an overview of the details we hold. There has not been any endorsement or otherwise of these details by the pension scheme, their sponsoring employer or scheme administrators.

This is a partial summary of the complex benefits provided through potentially many schemes, where retirement options can be very different within the same scheme or the same individual sections of those schemes.

If you are either a current or deferred member of the pension scheme and wish specific information about your personal benefits, the scheme administrator will need to be contacted.

Overview

Administrator: Mercer.

Website: https://members.pensionpal.co.uk/jaguarlandroverpensions/

Scheme Retirement Age: 65.

Are partial transfers allowed? No.

Scheme Funding Position:

As of March 2021, the scheme funding position was 101%.

Revaluation:

The pension is increased in line with Statutory CPI limits subject to a maximum of 5% for Pre April 2009 benefits and a maximum if 2.5% for Post April 2009 benefits.

Escalation:

The pension is increased in line with RPI subject to a maximum of 5% for non CARE benefits and is increased in line with CPI subject to a maximum of 2.5% for CARE benefits.

Flexible Options

Early payment may be permitted due to incapacity but benefits are not enhanced. Benefits can be commuted if there is a terminal illness with a life expectancy of less than a year, subject to medical reports.

Death in Deferment

A spouse’s or civil partner’s pension equal to 50% of the member’s pension at date of death would be payable. A pension would also be available for each eligible child (up to age 18, or 23 if in full-time education).

A refund of contributions with interest at 3% pa is only payable if there is no survivor’s pension, or children’s pension, payable.

Death in Retirement

A spouse’s or civil partner’s pension equal to 50% of the member’s pension at date of death, ignoring any commuted value, would be payable. A pension would also be available for each eligible child equal to 25% of the pension payable to the spouse (up to a maximum of 100%).

If the member dies within 5 years of retirement a lump sum of the remaining pension payments would be payable, subject to a minimum of £1,500. If a member dies after this period, a lump sum benefit of £1,500 is payable.

Transfer Timescales

The timescales below are based on the entire transfer process from the initial enquiry, through to advice, and eventual completion of the transfer, in months.

This information is based on our own scheme specific real-world data gathered over an 18 month period. To be clear and ensure there is no risk this information can be deemed misleading, it is our own data for the entire process, which includes our own very thorough and complex regulatory analysis and advice process, in addition to the gathering and provision of accurate information from the scheme administrators and their subsequent completion of any pension fund transfer requests. Future timescales could vary.

Fastest: 4.1

Slowest: 8.7

Average: 6.0

Need Jaguar Pension Transfer Advice?

If you are a member of the Jaguar Pension Plan and would like to know if transferring or cashing in your pension at 55+ is suitable for you, why not get started today and receive your free Pension Transfer Guide and arrange a free consultation.

Grove Pension Solutions Ltd is regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority and specialise solely in defined benefit pension transfer.

Pension Transfer Consultation

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Free Pension Transfer Guide & Consultation
If you would like to find out if transferring your pension or taking a cash lump sum is suitable for you, we can provide a free initial Pension Transfer Consultation known as abridged advice.

Simply complete your details below, and we will send you our Pension Transfer Consultation Pack and Enquiry Form.

As part of the consultation we will look at:

  • What existing pension plans you have in place.
  • What your plans are for retirement.
  • Your needs for flexibility and control.
  • The likely cost of more in-depth advice.

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Defined Benefit Pension Transfer Warning

Transferring away from a defined benefit pension scheme means you will lose valuable guarantees.

Taking benefits early will almost certainly reduce your pension income in retirement and is only suitable for a limited number of people and circumstances. This should not be seen as an easy option for raising cash.

If you release all your money from your pension early you will not have anything left to provide you with income in retirement.

When releasing cash from your pension, usually up to 25% is tax free, the balance is taxed at your marginal rate at the time and could change in the future.

Watch the FCA video explaining the expectations of financial advisers when advising you on defined benefit pension transfers.

Grove Pension Solutions Ltd is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (Reference number 465051).

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