The Local Government Pension Scheme (LGPS) is one of the largest public sector pension schemes in the UK with 5.9 million members. The LGPS is administered locally through regional pension funds. Kent County Council is the administering authority for the LGPS in Kent. The Superannuation Fund (also known as Kent Pension Fund), is the Fund where Scheme contributions are invested. Find further information about our responsibilities in what we do
The responsibilities for Kent Pension Fund are dealt with by the
- Superannuation Fund Committee
- Treasury and Investments Team, and
- Pension Section.
In addition, we administer the Kent Police Officer Schemes on behalf of The Police and Crime Commissioner for Kent.
We are not licensed to give financial advice, but we are willing to help with your pension rights. You should seek advice from an Independent Financial Adviser (IFA) regarding any other matters. You can find IFAs in your area on the Financial Conduct Authority website.
Data sharing with the LGPS National Insurance database
The data we share and why we share it with the LGPS National Insurance database
Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) and standards
Information about the staff who deal with the day to day management of the Kent Pension Fund
What we do
Kent County Council is the administering authority responsible for the Kent Pension Fund
Information from Barnett Waddingham, the Kent Pension Fund actuary, including the latest valuation of the Fund
Report and Accounts
View the 2019 Report and Accounts for the Kent Pension Fund, and previous years
Superannuation Fund Committee