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As part of the ongoing development of our Friends Life brand we have changed the names of our funds. You do not need to do anything, the way your funds are invested and how they are managed will not change.
This page provides information about Friends Life's pension funds available for investment. If you require information on the funds available for investment products please return to the heritage AXA fund page.
Please note that we have many different fund ranges covering a variety of pension products developed over the years. Not all funds are available, therefore, to every product. In all cases, the easiest way that we can help you find the information you are looking for is to start with the policy number.
If you require information on a new policy taken out after January 2008 with the following policy number ranges of 9 digits, then view our factsheets for these group pension pensions.
If you require information on an existing policy taken out after November 2002 with the following policy number ranges of 10 digits, then please use the links below to these pension factsheets. You have two options. First, you can either view a list of the funds available in alphabetical order to obtain the fund price and factsheet on a particular fund. Or second, you can search for funds that match your chosen risk profile or for funds that invest in a particular asset, for example funds that invest in UK equities.
If you have a policy number beginning with a 0, 2, 7, 9 that does not have 9 digits (see A above), or beginning with a letter, information on these funds is available from the links below.
If you have any queries on the fund information in this section, look at your policy literature to find out which company issued the plan and phone the appropriate number as follows for fund information and prices:
Alternatively, you should be able to obtain fund information and prices from the Trustnet website.