You accrue pension

You accrue pension

If you have started working at Shell before July 1, 2013, you are a participant at SSPF and are accruing pension at SSPF.

You receive pension

You receive pension

* As a retired former Shell employee, you receive a retirement pension from the Pension Fund.

You have left Shell

You have left Shell

You accrued pension with the Pension Fund during your period of employment at Shell.

News Releases

SSPF taking part in 2017 BOP survey

This is the sixth year that Stichting Shell Pensioenfonds (Shell Pension Fund Foundation - SSPF) is taking part in the so-called “BOP” survey. The Dutch acronym BOP stands for “Benchmark Onderzoeksplatform Pensioenfondsen” (Pension Fund Benchmark Investigation). BOP is a pension sector initiative and provides a countrywide comparison of the way in which pension funds communicate. The survey is conducted on a yearly basis by Dutch market research bureau TNS NIPO and can provide the Pension Fund with an assessment of its communications and services.

Shell Pension Fund publishes 2016 Annual Results

The Shell Pension Fund (SSPF) has published its 2016 Annual Report. A positive investment result of 6.9% was achieved in the past year. The policy funding ratio was 116% and the Pension Fund’s invested capital rose to €27,336 million as at December 31, 2016. The pensions in payment were increased by 0.1% as of February 1, 2016.

“2016 in brief” now available

The digital version of “2016 in brief” is available from this website. This brochure sets out the state of affairs of the Pension Fund and the key figures from last year’s operations.

Indexation for active participants

Active participants' pension entitlements grow annually, in line with the development of the majority of the 100% pay-scale positions of Shell Nederland's salary groups. 

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You can download the Pension Fund’s forms here. You can then print the forms, complete them and then return them to us.

Pension Calculator

With the Pension Calculator you can quickly determine the implications of your choices for your pension income.