Which Scheme are you a member of?
The BOC Retirement Savings Plan (the RS Plan) is the open defined contribution plan for all employees since 1 July 2003.
The BOC Pension Scheme (the BOCPS) is the defined benefit scheme that closed to new members on 30 June 2003.
A dependant is somebody who is financially dependent or interdependent on a member of the RS Plan or BOCPS.
Go to this section to join the pension scheme or find out more.
Not sure what scheme you're in?
If you joined BOC after 1 July 2003, you are probably a member of the RS Plan.
If you joined the Company on or before 30 June 2003, you are probably a member of BOCPS.
If you’re receiving a pension from a former employee of BOC who has died, go straight to the Dependants section.
If you don’t know which scheme you belong to, you can find this information on your payslip, or you can contact BOC Pension Services.
BOC Senior Executive Pension Scheme
Read the SEPS Statement of investment principles - a document outlining the principles adopted by the Trustee for governing the management of assets held by the Senior Executive Pension Scheme (SEPS).
Read the SEPS Statement of funding principles - A document outlining the funding principles adopted by the Trustee in relation to the Scheme valuation as at 31 March 2020.
Read the Implementation Statement - A document which details any reviews to the BOC Senior Executive Pension Scheme’s Statement of Investment Principles (SIP), as well as voting behaviour of the Trustees over the year and the extent to which the SIP has been followed.