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More pension schemes put at risk by the Capita data breach

Following a cyberattack at Capita in early 2023, hundreds of thousands of pension holders had their data stolen.

Capita is one of the UK’s largest pension scheme administrators. It manages over 450 pensions, with approximately 4.3 million members, so this was a potentially huge data breach. The list of affected schemes has continued to grow since the breach was first reported.

While we might not know the full extent of the Capita data breach, the following pension plans and might* have had data stolen:

  • The Universities Superannuation Scheme (USS)
  • Diageo pension scheme
  • Ace INA Retirement Savings Plan
  • Age UK
  • Angram Bank Primary School
  • Anglian Water
  • Atlas
  • Archdale School
  • Arnold Clark
  • AXA UK Group Pension Scheme
  • Boots
  • Capita teachers’ pension
  • Capita pension solutions limited
  • Civil Service
  • CPLAS Trustees Limited
  • DHL
  • EFWU
  • Emerson
  • Equita
  • French Kier
  • Greene king
  • GXO
  • Iveco Ford
  • Unilever pension scheme
  • Kelda group
  • Kier western
  • Metropolitan Police
  • National grid
  • National Trust / Capita
  • NHS England
  • Northumbrian Water
  • OCS Group staff pension
  • Plusnet
  • Safeway
  • Samsung
  • Scottish Power
  • Severn Trent Water
  • Sheffield Schools
  • Sopra Steria Retirement Benefits Sch
  • Southern Housing Group
  • Tarmac Pensions Limited
  • The Mercer DB Master Trust- NHS Shared Business Services Ltd
  • Volkswagen Group UK
  • British American Tobacco
  • British Coal Staff Superannuation Scheme
  • Marks and Spencer pension scheme
  • Canon Retirement Benefit Scheme
  • Colchester City Council
  • Coventry City Council
  • DH & S Plan
  • Diageo pension scheme
  • DOW Service UK
  • Environment Agency Pension Fund
  • EE pension scheme
  • Hanson Industrial pension scheme
  • Heinz Pension Plan
  • Mineworkers pension scheme
  • Morrisons Retirement Save Plan
  • Nest pension scheme
  • Nissan pension scheme
  • Northern Foods Trust
  • O2
  • Procter & Gamble pension fund
  • Pfizer Pension Trustees
  • Phillips 66
  • Royal Mail
  • Scottish and Newcastle Pension Plan
  • Safeway Pension Scheme
  • South Staffordshire Council
  • Swindon Borough Council
  • Wincanton
  • Yorkshire & Clyde Bank pension trust
  • Rothesay pension scheme
  • PwC pension scheme
  • BAE Systems
  • Capita

We’ll keep this list updated as we find out more about the scale of the Capita data breach.

Join the Claim is helping victims of the Capita data breach

Join the Claim has partnered with KP Law to help victims of the Capita data breach get justice and compensation. One of the UK’s most experienced multi-claimant law firms, KP Law represents clients across 35 separate pension schemes, with more joining its action daily.

Find out if you can join the Capita data breach group action with our simple eligibility checker. If you have a claim, you’ll be asked if you want to join the KP Law group action.

Find out more about the capita data breach claim.

 

*We cannot guarantee the accuracy of this list. Affected pension plans will contact their members directly to let them know if their data was compromised in the Capita data breach. If you have not received notification of your involvement, it is unlikely that you are affected by this breach.

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