Investment options

Your pension contributions are invested, and how much you’ll have to retire on will depend on how much you and your employer pay in, and how well the investments you choose perform.


If you’ve been automatically enrolled or opt into your scheme, your contributions will be automatically invested in the default fund chosen by your employer. For the easyJet scheme this is the Aegon Growth Tracker (Flexible Target).

About Aegon Growth Tracker (Flexible Target)

This fund is aimed at those who want to keep their options open at retirement. It uses a two-stage investment process.

In the early years (the growth stage) it aims to grow savings over the long term by investing mainly in shares, with the remainder (around 25%) invested in bonds. It’s designed to track the markets it invests in, so performance should be similar to those markets.

In the six years before your target retirement year (the flexible target stage), we’ll progressively move you into less risky investments. We’ll also move part of your investment into cash in the final two years to cater for your maximum tax-free cash entitlement.

We review this fund regularly and may change it if we believe it’s in the best interests of investors.

And you can find out more about the Aegon Growth Tracker (Flexible Target) on the fund’s factsheet.

Moving on from the default fund

The scheme’s default fund has been chosen to match the needs of the average scheme member, but it may not be right for you. You can choose a different fund if you want to. Find out more about choosing an investment.

There’s no guarantee that fund objectives will be met. The value of an investment may go down as well as up and investors may get back less than originally invested.


Choosing your own investment means you can select a fund that matches you savings needs and attitude to risk.

Pre-built solutions

Choosing needn’t be difficult. Aegon’s pre-built solutions are designed to make saving easy by offering a whole investment strategy conveniently packaged in a single fund. Browse our pre-built solutions.

Choose from a wider range

If you’re a more confident investor, you may prefer to choose your own funds, in which case you have access to more than 4,800 investment options. See our full fund list.

How can I change my investments?

You can change your investment (known as ‘switching’) at any time, free of charge, after you’ve paid your first contribution.


You should regularly review your retirement savings, particularly if your circumstances change. Make sure you know what investments you hold and keep an eye on how these are performing.

You can see details of your fund on its factsheet.

You can change your investment choice (known as ‘switching’) at anytime, free of charge, after you’ve paid your first contribution. Take a look at our fund list to find out what your choices are.

There’s no guarantee that fund objectives will be met. The value of an investment may go down as well as up and investors may get back less than originally invested.