Pace DB closed in 2015. This means no-one has been able to build up any more pension in Pace DB since then. You can find out about your Pace DB pension here:
If you moved to Pace DC at the time that Pace DB closed, it is very likely you have pension savings in both sections. You can find out more about how this section of Pace works here:
Before becoming a member of Pace, you may have been a member of the Britannia Pension Scheme. In 2011, the Co-operative Group Limited consulted with employees about a proposal to close nine pension schemes including the Britannia Pension Scheme. Members of the Britannia Pension Scheme were invited to join Pace in October 2012.
KPMG looks after the Britannia Pension Scheme on behalf of its Trustees. If you have a question, please contact: email@example.com
If you need to get in touch
Pace DB is looked after by the Pensions Department, so if you have any questions about your Pace DB pension that aren’t answered on this website, you should contact the Co-op Pensions Department.
Pace DC is administered by Legal & General. You can see how your Pace DC account is invested – and change your investment options at any time – by logging into Legal & General’s online system, Manage your Account. Or, you can contact Legal & General if you have a question about your Pace DC account.
Taking your benefits
The Pace DC pension guide and Pace DB pension guide explain how you can take the benefits you’ve built up in both sections of Pace. However, remember that you don’t have to take these benefits at the same time.