You receive a pension overview once every year. If you're no longer a participant in our pension plan, we make these statements available once a year on My pension at My archive. After you have left employment, we will send you a pension overview once every 5 years.
No. You will not see the equalised pension on your pension overview. Your former partner’s pension will have been deducted from your pension if the pension fund has notified you that this is the case. You will not see your former partner’s pension on your pension overview (UPO) either.
Yes. The additional pension you have gained as a result of the value transfer will not be specified separately on your pension overview. The value transfer will have been included in your pension overview if you have received a confirmation from us to this effect. If you have not had a confirmation yet, your value transfer request has not been processed yet.
You can access your pension overview in My pension, at My archive.
This could be because you have not informed us of your partner’s name or it has not been processed yet. See the ‘Cohabiting’ heading for more information about how and when to register/deregister your partner with the pension fund. If you are married or are in a registered partnership, the municipality in which you live will notify us of the name of your partner automatically. If you are living abroad and are going to marry, the above will not apply and you will need to register/deregister your partner yourself.
If you are ill for more than 2 years and you have a disability percentage of more than 35%, you will be declared (partially) incapacitated for work. You will receive a WIA benefit (a benefit under the Work and Income (Capacity for Work) Act (Wet werk en inkomen naar arbeidsvermogen)) from the government. You will continue to accrue pension and the pension fund will pay part of your pension contribution. Read more at Ill or occupationally disabled.
View Unpaid leave for more information.
Because you are receiving an AOW benefit (a benefit under the Work and Income (Capacity for Work) Act) from the government, it is not necessary for you to accrue pension over 100% of your salary. The amount on which you do not accrue any pension is called the 'deductible'.
Pension from my work
No, you will retain any pension that you have accrued with your employer. However, your pension may be adjusted for a number of reasons. For example, because pension entitlements have been cut or because of increases applicable due to supplements. You can choose to leave your pension with your pension fund or to have it transferred to your new pension administrator.
If you have just joined AkzoNobel or Nouryon, you will receive layer 1 of Pension 1-2-3 in a paper format. This is an overview of your pension scheme with this pension fund. Pension 1-2-3 can be found on this website too. Information about the pension scheme is available from this website as well. You will receive a Uniform Pension Overview every year too. It shows how much pension you have accrued and the approximate pension value attainable by you. Access your pension overviews for previous pension schemes via mijnpensioenoverzicht.nl.
No, it is not possible to voluntarily accrue extra pension under the pension scheme administered by APF Pension Fund.
Yes, it is compulsory for you to participate in the pension scheme.
Your employer will register you. After registering, you will receive information about the pension fund via your employer: layer 1 of Pension 1-2-3. You will also read what else you could do. For example, register the partner with whom you are cohabiting. It will not be necessary for you to register your children.
Pension from the government
How much your state pension is will depend on your family situation. The amount paid to you will vary depending on whether you live alone or with a partner. Read more about the above on SVB.nl.
Your partner may be entitled to a surviving dependant's benefit (Anw) from the government. View SVB.nl for more information.