Pension guides

UK pension options

Brite provides international pensions advice for anyone with a UK pension.

Even if you already have a QROPS or international SIPP, reviewing your plan is essential to ensure your money is performing to its optimum.

This information should help you with the essentials so you can make an informed decision about your retirement plans. As always we are on hand to give you advice.

There are several different types of pension schemes available – including SIPPs, ROPS (or QROPS) or a QNUPS.

If you have a UK pension and want to take full advantage of its potential, a SIPP or ROPS ( Recognised Overseas Pensions Scheme) may be the best option for you.

It’s easy to get a no obligation transfer valuation so you can get a view of how much your pension is worth and how it might benefit you by transferring to a recognised scheme.

A transfer could give you more control and flexibility with access to your funds anywhere in the world.for new address



If you have several pension plans, bringing them together in one plan may provide greater control, making monitoring easier and potentially reducing overall fees.

Reconnect with your pension

You may have accumulated a significant fund or have a company with a defined benefit scheme. A member of such a scheme is entitled to a free transfer value.

Getting the right advice

It is recommended to work with an experienced advisor when dealing with UK and overseas schemes, such as knowing the appropriate legislation of the country in which you reside.

What to do next?

If you have a UK pension fund or have already transferred, it may be worth getting a fresh valuation to understand what it could be worth both now and in the future.

Find a lost pension

Use this handy UK Government website link to find your lost UK pension. You will need your National Insurance Number.

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