In 2018, the European Court of Justice ruled that individual members should receive at least 50 per cent of the value of their accrued old age pension if the employer responsible for funding the scheme they’ve paid into fails.

The vast majority of PPF and Financial Assistance Scheme (FAS) members already receive compensation in excess of 50 per cent of their accrued old age benefits.

This means the number of members affected by this ruling is very small.

In this section, you'll find information to help you understand the ruling and find out how it will impact you.

Frequently asked question about the ECJ ruling for PPF members

Have a look at our frequently asked question about the ECJ ruling for members of the Pension Protection Fund.

Frequently asked question about the ECJ ruling for FAS members

Have a look at our frequently asked question about the ECJ ruling for members of the Financial Assistance Scheme.

The latest updates on the ECJ ruling

The court case and our plans to pay increases to members that are impacted by the CJEU ruling are ongoing.

You'll find regular updates about the progress we are making in our latest news section.