Welcome to the East Riding Pension Fund

The East Riding Pension Fund, created following Local Government reorganisation in April 1996, administers the Local Government Pension Scheme (LGPS) for the four unitary Authorities in the region plus over 300 other local employers and organisations. It has a membership of more than 110,000 active, deferred and pensioner members.

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Local pension board

Formed in 2015, the board plays a vital role in the Governance of ERPF and consists of both Scheme employer and member representatives.

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Investments

This section contains EPPF report and accounts, voting policies and funding and investment strategy statements.

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Beware of cold calling scam

User AvatarPosted by Sam Topham at 25/03/2019 16:10:23

The Pensions Regulator (tPR) has reported that pension holders are being cold called by individuals posing as members of tPR staff. ERPF can confirm that we will not contact our members about transferring their benefits out of the LGPS. Pension scammers will do whatever it takes to get their hands on your savings and enjoy your retirement.

Learn how to spot the signs and check who you're dealing with here to give yourself the biggest protection against fraudsters

Pension scams (external website)

Pension scam leaflet for members (PDF - opens in new window)


Annual benefits statement 2018

Posted by Sam Topham at 25/03/2019 16:07:55

We are pleased to announce that this year’s Annual Benefit Statements for our active and deferred members and have now been sent to the printers and should be arriving shortly.

Please allow a few weeks for postal delays before contacting us about missing statements.

If you have any queries about the statement once you have received it you may find the answer in one of our frequently asked questions guides which can be accessed using the links below:

Active Annual Benefit Statement Frequently Asked Questions 2018 (pdf 251kb)

Deferred Annual Benefit Statement Frequently Asked Questions 2018 (pdf 251kb)

Details of how to contact us if you cannot find the information you need are contained at the end of the documents. 

If you have changed your address you can update this using our online form available  here.


Planning for Retirement Workshops

Posted by Sam Topham at 22/03/2019 15:01:12

The East Riding Pension Fund (ERPF) has an arrangement with Affinity Connect, one of the largest providers of retirement and redundancy services to the public sector to offer pre-retirement workshops to Local Government Pension Scheme (LGPS) members to help them prepare for the significant changes which take place at retirement. The workshops provide information on a comprehensive range of topics raising awareness of issues to be considered and decisions that need to be made before retirement. The workshops are free of charge but any time taken to attend must be agreed with the delegates own manager in accordance with annual leave guidelines and/or flexible working arrangements.

How to book

For more information about the workshop content, dates, venues and how to book a place please see here. (please link to attached document).

Affinity Connect Flyer for 2019-20