‘GMP equalisation’ is the name for the process of reviewing the pensions that people built up between 17 May 1990 and 5 April 1997 and changing them where necessary so that men and women are treated the same overall, in spite of the unequal GMP element.

The UKRF Trustee is currently working out what this means for pensions in payment and will be contacting any member who is affected.

See below for more information about the current position.

Understanding GMP equalisation

The story so far

Discover how GMP equalisation is affecting the UK pension industry and what it means for the Barclays Bank UKRF.

Understanding GMP equalisation

What happens next

Your step-by-step guide to what happens next if you are affected.

People like me

Find out how GMP equalisation works for different UKRF pensioners.

Tax explained

Any changes to your pension mean you will need to check your tax position too.

Frequently asked questions

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