Find out more about your fund and how it's doing

You can also find out about our other lifestyle funds, although some options may not be available to you, and a lifestyle fund may not be the best fit for your needs. Log in to your account to view the full range of funds available to you.

Type your fund name into the search bar below to find the fund factsheet. If you have an Aegon Retirement Choices (ARC) fund, the suffix (ARC) will appear in your fund name. There may also be a fund with the same name for our older pension products so be sure to look at the correct version.

We don't produce separate Retiready factsheets for lifestyle funds but you can find out about your fund's risk rating, objectives and mix of investments (asset allocation) by looking at the ARC fund factsheet of the same name below. Please note, charges and performance will be different for your fund. Log in to your Retiready account for your current plan value and charges.

If your fund name (on your annual statement or online) has a year number in it, we don't produce a factsheet. You can look at the 'growth' fund factsheet below (your fund name minus the number) for a reminder of the fund objective. Your fund is currently moving into investments suited to the outcome you're targeting (annuity purchase, flexible or cash). This means the factsheet may show a different asset allocation (mix of investments), risk rating and performance from your fund. 

Please read 'important things to think about' below.

For the current value of your fund, log in to your account.

If you're not sure which is your fund, call us on 0345 610 0010.

Please note, call charges will vary.

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Important things to think about

Past performance isn't a reliable guide to future performance. The value of an investment can fall as well as rise and isn't guaranteed. The final value of your pension pot when you come to take benefits may be less than has been paid in.

The factsheets shown above are for the main version of the fund. Your fund may have different charges and therefore slightly different performance. You should refer to your annual statement for the latest value of your pension.

When choosing investments, you need to consider factors like your time to retirement, your retirement goals, your attitude to risk and your capacity for loss amongst other things. If you're unsure about the right fund for you, you should get financial advice - there may be a charge for this.