Terms and Conditions

This website is to be used for information purposes only. Whilst every effort has been taken to provide accurate information regarding the Local Government Pension Scheme Regulations, we cannot guarantee that inaccuracies will not occur.

The Gwynedd Pension Fund cannot legally give financial advice on any pension issues under the Financial Services Act 1986. Should you require financial advice, please contact an independent financial advisor.

The Gwynedd Pension Fund will not be held responsible for any loss, damage or inconvenience caused as a result of any inaccuracy or error within these pages. Actual regulations will be used in the event of a dispute over your pension benefits.

Where links to other sites have been provided, this is for your convenience only. The fund is not responsible for the content of these external websites and does not endorse those organisations, their products or services in any way. 

Gwynedd Pension Fund makes every effort to virus check the files available for downloading on this site. The Fund does not accept responsibility for any loss or damage caused by the use of downloadable material from this site. We recommend that users re-check all downloaded material with their own anti-virus software. 

The Council’s IT infrastructure is subject to security standards published by National Cyber Security Centre.  The Council’s compliance with these standards is compulsory for connection to the Public Services Network in order to provide its services.  This is annually independently tested to ensure that the standards are maintained accordingly, with results of the tests reported to the Cabinet Office’s assessors for certification and assurance.

Further, all of the Pension Fund’s systems, including ‘Altair’ (provided by ‘Heywood’), ‘eFinancials’ (provided by ‘Advanced’), all ancillary systems and modules such as i-Connect, Member Self-Service, etc, are designed to be ‘GDPR compliant’.