Welcome to your BNP Paribas pension plan
See how your pension works and manage your long term savings.
Important information - please keep in mind that the value of investments can fall as well as rise, so you may get back less than you invest. This information is not a personal recommendation for any particular investment or action. If you are unsure about the suitability of an investment you should speak to an authorised financial adviser. The minimum age you can normally access your pension savings is currently 55, and is due to rise to 57 on 6 April 2028, unless you have a lower protected pension age.
What would you like to do today?
Getting started: Investing in your 20’s and 30’s
While retirement may be a long way off, it’s never too early to start planning for your future.Watch the ‘Getting started’ video
The Mid-career Check-up
With so many other things on your mind, has your retirement planning taken a back seat? Take your mid-career check-up to help you get back on track.Watch the ‘Mid-career check-up’ video
Let’s talk retirement
As you get closer to your retirement, you might like to start fine-tuning your plans to help you get the retirement that you want.Watch the ‘Let’s talk retirement’ video
About your pension
Learn more about the basics of joining, auto-enrolment, how your contributions may work, and moving your other pension pots.
How we protect your money
Fidelity provides governance oversight to ensure consistency and best practice for all plan members.
Is your financial picture everything it could be?
Whether you’re navigating your first financial milestones or already a shrewd investor, we can help you to discover what you’re doing well and explore what you could do better.
How much do you need to save for retirement?
Explore our retirement rules of thumb to help you discover more about, and develop, your own ideas to manage your retirement journey. Watch our video to discover the results of our research.
Be fraud aware
Fraudsters are impersonating Fidelity, falsely claiming the company is going into liquidation. The scam encourages people to call a number regarding the redemption of their assets. Fidelity is not going into liquidation. This number does not belong to Fidelity. If you shared any personal or account information or have redeemed any assets, please contact Fidelity and your bank immediately and report the matter to Action Fraud.
Fraudsters have also impersonated Fidelity to promote a ‘Fixed Interest Investment ISA Bond’ which offers fixed rates of returns following a minimum initial investment. This is an investment scam and if you think you’ve been targeted and made an investment already, contact your bank immediately and report the matter to Action Fraud. Additionally, the scam encourages people to call a number regarding the transfer of investments from Legal & General to Fidelity. This number does not belong to Fidelity or Legal & General.