Conditional pension is extra pension in addition to your occupational retirement pension and partner’s pension. This was introduced in 2005 to compensate for a change in the pension scheme, which resulted in a lowering of the pension build-up for a small group of members.
You will be eligible for the conditional extra pension if you meet the following requirements:
- You were born between 1960 and 1972.
- You were a member of the Bpf Koopvaardij pension scheme in 1994.
- You were a member of the Bpf Koopvaardij pension scheme in 2005 for at least 165 days.
- Prior to the year in which you turn 60, you were a member of the Bpf Koopvaardij pension scheme for at least 165 days.
The amount of your conditional pension
At My Koopvaardij and on your Uniform Pension Overview (UPO), you may see if you qualify for conditional pension. If so, you can also find the amount of your conditional pension. The board decides to purchase the conditional pension for you. On 1 January of the year in which you turn 60, your conditional entitlements will be converted into unconditional entitlements. You will then be entitled to the extra pension. Until then, the amount of the extra pension will depend on our financial reserves.Go to My Koopvaardij