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Data Maps

The GDPR requires organisations to be transparent about how it uses an individual's data. In compliance with the GDPR, the Fund has produced 'Data Maps' for each of its processes where a member's data is used to provide a service. Please click on the links in the maps for more information.

The Fund has identified the following processes;

  • Active Member
    This relates to an individual who has joined an employer within the West Midlands Pension Fund and is entitled to join the Fund as a contributing member
    pdf icon Active member data map [151kb]
     
  • Deferred Member
    This relates to an individual who has been employed by an employer in the West Midlands Pension Fund and was therefore a member of the Fund, but who has now left the employment of that employer and chose to retain their pension benefits although are no longer actively contributing to them.
    pdf icon Deferred member data map [214kb]
     
  • Pensioner Member
    This relates to an individual who is now in receipt of their pension benefits having been an active or deferred member of the Fund.
    pdf icon Pensioner data map [168kb]
     
  • Third Party Beneficiary
    This relates to an individual whose spouse or family member were a member of the West Midlands Pension Fund and who on their death nominated an individual to receive their pension benefits after they have died, this person is known as a third party beneficiary
    pdf icon Third party data map [120kb]
     
  • Additional Voluntary Contributions
    This relates to an individual who, in addition to their statutory benefits, have chosen to take out additional voluntary contributions with the Fund's AVC provider, Prudential.
    pdf icon AVC data map [143kb]
     
  • Employer Admissions
    There are occasions where new employers join the West Midlands Pension Fund and information regarding their employees are passed to the Fund to manage their pension benefits.
    pdf icon Employer admission data map [136kb]

 

 

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