Volvo Företagspension is managed in the form of traditional administration and the insurance provider is VFF Pension.
Reporting of premiums and invoicing
Reporting of premiums is done either via a personal login on VFF Pension’s website or the companies can choose to continue reporting premiums in the same way as before via FörsäkringsGirot or CGI. It is no longer possible to email a file with premiums because the file consists of personal data and it is then contrary to GDPR.
When reporting via VFF Pension’s website, a premium file is submitted by an authorized person appointed by the company. The invoice can then also be picked up via the login page at VFF Pension by an authorized person. To log in, VFF Pension must register an authorized person who then logs in with BankID. Here is the form for registration of eligibility, the form must be filled in by the company and sent back to VFF Pension.
VFF Pension is able to accept other types of premium payments. Some companies have chosen to offer seniority premium and/or the opportunity to convert time bank hours into pension savings.
If you have any questions about premiums and/or invoicing, you can send an email with questions to; firstname.lastname@example.org
In order for new “other companies” to be approved as members, the following criteria must be met:
- The company was previously part of Volvo Cars or Volvo Group.
- The company is a “partner company”, that is to say a company with a close relationship with either Volvo Cars or Volvo Group
There is a form here for membership application. The application form shall be sent to VFF Pension together with a registration certificate (the registration certificate may not be more than three months old).
The application form and registration certificate should be password-protected and emailed to: email@example.com
VFF Pension will get back regarding membership once the application has been processed.