Prudential Corporate Pensions Trustee Limited (PCPTL)

Prudential Corporate Pensions Trustee Limited (PCPTL) is a corporate trustee company and was acting as trustee for the following three schemes, which wound-up with effect from 17 March 2021.
  • The Prudential Money Purchase Masterplan,
  • The Prudential Money Contracted-Out Purchase Masterplan, and
  • The Prudential Group Pension Savings Plan

Former members of the schemes now have a plan in their own name

Benefits for former members are now held under a plan in their own name – a change sometimes referred to as ‘endorsement’. This change does not affect any income or benefits that former members or any beneficiaries are entitled to.

Copies of the policy documents for former members are available for download here:

Policy document for former Members of The Prudential Money Purchase Masterplan

Policy document for former Members of The Prudential Contracted-out Money  Purchase Masterplan

Policy document for former Members of The Prudential Group Pension Savings Plan

If a paper copy is required please let Prudential know.

Information relating to the wound-up schemes

Although the three schemes noted above wound-up with effect from 17 March 2021, PCPTL wishes to still make information about them available.

The following relates to the final scheme year, which ran from 6 April 2020 to 17 March 2021 (to the date of wind-up).

On an annual basis the PCPTL Chair was required to publish a Governance Statement. This described the controls that had been put in place, together with any important decisions that may have been taken, to ensure that its primary aim, to monitor the schemes and act in members’ best interests, was met.

Read the final Chair’s Governance Statement

The Directors of PCPTL

All of the trustee directors were chosen for their skill, knowledge and wide experience in pension provision in the UK and each is an acknowledged expert in specific aspects of pension provision.

The current Chair brings considerable expertise in investment strategy and asset management. He is an expert on how well, and how reliably, a member’s pension pot should grow.

Current Directors of PCPTL:


Director’s Role

John Nestor

Independent Chair

Bruce Rigby

Independent Director

Stuart Paton Evans


More information

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If you would like your plan to qualify under the new rules, we may be able to help you, but you will need to let us know six months before your staging date.


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