Tata Steel UK - Personal Retirement Savings Plan


Welcome to the Tata Steel UK PRSP site

We've set up a company pension scheme to help you invest for your retirement in a tax-efficient way. The scheme is run by Aviva, one of Europe's leading life and pension providers.

You will find useful information on this site including scheme information and access to tools to help you plan.

Click here to view a recording of  a presentation aimed at new Tata Steel UK employees (joining after 1st April 2017) introducing the Tata Steel UK - PRSP.

See what your retirement could look like with our Shape my Future tool.

Get expert advice on your plans

To make sure you’re making the most of your money and on track to achieve your financial goals; it might be a good idea to speak to a financial adviser. A financial adviser can help:

  • Establish what your future income requirements might be
  • Work out how much money you can afford to save for retirement
  • Recommend the right investment funds for you
  • Review any other pension plans you might have and transfer them if it will benefit you
  • And if you're ready to retire, help you with plans to turn your retirement savings into an income

Aviva's financial advice support team can put you in touch with an Aviva financial adviser or refer you to one of our specialist partners. Call us on 0800 092 2585 or visit our website aviva.co.uk/advice.

Any recommendations made by an Aviva Financial Advice adviser will be for Aviva’s products and services only.

If you prefer to find your own financial adviser, you could visit Unbiased.co.uk to find one.

When you reach your chosen retirement age, you can use the money you've invested in your pension to provide you with retirement benefits. And as far away as that might seem today, you should start thinking about it now. The sooner you start investing, the more options and financial freedom you're likely to have when you retire. Note that the value of an investment is not guaranteed and can go down as well as up. You could get back less than has been invested.