Statement showing how much pension you can get

If you have lived or worked in the Netherlands, you may have accrued rights to an AOW pension or a company pension

If you worked for a period in Belgium or Germany, you may have accrued rights to a pension there. 

Each country has its own system and rules for pensions. Select a country to read more about the pension system and rules for that country.

The Belgian state pension is called ‘rustpensioen’. It is paid by the Federal Pensions Service.

If you or your employer has taken out insurance under a supplementary pension scheme, you will get an additional pension from a financial institution.

If you work, or you used to work, for an employer, you can view your pension status via the website mypension.be. You will need a digital key to visit this website.

The German state pension is called 'Altersrente'. For an up-to-date statement of your pension rights in Germany, you can contact the Deutsche Rentenversicherung (DRV). 

You can do this via the online service form on the DRV website, providing you have a ‘Versicherungsnummer’ (social security number). In the form, select ‘Rentenauskunft/Versicherungsverlauf’.

If you do not have a ‘Versicherungsnummer’ or you are not able to access the online service form, you can call one of the following numbers:

If your employer has taken out insurance for you under a supplementary pension scheme, you will build up an additional pension with a financial institution. In Germany, this pension is called 'Betriebliche Altersvorsorge'. For information about this type of pension, you can contact the financial institution concerned.

The Dutch state pension is called AOW pension. If you would like an up-to-date statement of your AOW pension rights in the Netherlands, you can ask the Sociale Verzekeringsbank (SVB) to send you an SVB Pension Statement

For information about any other pensions you may have in the Netherlands, you can go to the website at mijnpensioenoverzicht.nl.

You can read more about pension rights in the Netherlands in our information leaflets. If you still have questions after reading the leaflets, please get in touch with us.