Your personal online account is now available. Login or register to:

  • Access your scheme booklet and forms
  • Get personalised benefit calculations
  • Update your personal details
  • Access your pension payslips and P60s (pensioners only)

You can view the latest RRUKPF Trustee Report here

Unsure if you're a member?

The Rolls-Royce UK Pension Fund closed to new joiners on 31 March 2007, and to future benefit accrual on 31 December 2020. It was formed following the merger of these schemes:

  • The Rolls-Royce Group Pension Scheme
  • The Rolls-Royce Pension Fund
  • Vickers Group Pension Scheme
  • Rolls-Royce Engine Control Systems Pension Scheme

Still unsure? See our quick help section

The Rolls-Royce Retirement Savings Trust

Our defined contribution scheme is designed to help you secure an income for yourself and your family in the future. It includes:

  • A company contribution of up to 12% of your salary
  • Income protection if you're too ill to work
  • A Lump sum benefit in the event of your death

Members who joined the Savings Trust when the Rolls-Royce UK Pension Fund closed in December 2020 have transitional death and ill-health benefits until the end of 2024.

Just want to check on your personal account?

The Rolls-Royce Retirement Savings Trust is administered in partnership with Aviva.

Use the MyAviva website or app to:

  • Check out your current fund value
  • Get a retirement illustration
  • Access your annual statement
  • Review or change your investments

Go to MyAviva

  • Why do I need to save for retirement?
  • Do I have to join?
  • What are the benefits of joining?
  • How do I join?

It's really important to save for your long-term future.

Membership of the Savings Trust provides a tax-efficient way to save for the long term. Find out more about what's on offer, no matter where you are on your journey.

We've created a series of questions to help you get to the right information.

What's the difference between the Rolls-Royce UK Pension Fund and the Retirement Savings Trust?

The Rolls-Royce UK Pension Fund is our defined benefit pension scheme. You had to have joined it before it closed to new members on 31 March 2007. After that date, employees joined the Retirement Savings Trust, which is a defined contribution scheme administered for us by Aviva.

I think I'm a member of both schemes. Is that possible?

Yes. When the defined benefit scheme closed to future benefit accrual, current employees joined the defined contributions scheme and will have benefits in both arrangements. You may also have worked for Rolls-Royce more than once and be a member of both schemes. Also, it's possible that you may be receiving a pension following the death of of your spouse or partner while being a member in your own right.

If I'm a member of both schemes, can I see everything under one log-in?

Not right now. As both schemes are administered separately, you'll need to log into them individually. However, links to both schemes' online services are detailed on this site, along with details of who you need to contact to get help.

I receive a monthly pension from Rolls-Royce, which scheme am I in?

You'll be a Rolls-Royce UK Pension Fund member. Whether you're a member in your own right, or receiving a dependant's pension, you can log into your account by clicking on the tab for The Rolls-Royce UK Pension Fund.

I was a member of something called the Top-Up scheme. Where can I find out what I've got in that?

The Top-Up scheme was a section of the Retirement Savings Trust that some members of the Rolls-Royce UK Pension Fund had the option to also participate in. If you have a membership in that scheme, click on the tab for The Retirement Savings Trust to find out how to register with the scheme administrator, Aviva.

I was an employee of Rolls-Royce Motor Cars Limited; which scheme am I in?

Rolls-Royce Motor Cars Limited is owned by BMW, and your scheme is the Rolls-Royce & Bentley Pension Fund which is not administered by us. Please visit for information about your scheme.

I want to report the death of a pensioner member. How can I do this?

We're always sorry to hear of the death of our members and will do everything we can to help you at this difficult time. Head up to the top of this page and click on the 'I need to report a death' link. It'll explain the ways you can let us know and what we'll do when you contact us.

I'm an independent Financial Adviser and I want to request a quote for my client?

Head up to the top of this page and click on the 'I'm an IFA' link. It'll explain how we can help and how we deal with your request.

Still can't find what your looking for?

Give us a call on 01332 333335, we're happy to help

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