How do I contact OPM retirement?

How do I contact OPM retirement?

Our number is 888-767-6738 but you may also contact us via email at

How do I find out about my old pensions?

Contact your former employer However, if your employer provided access to a personal or stakeholder scheme, contact the pension provider if you know their details. If you don’t know the pension provider’s details, ask your previous employer – they should be able to provide these.

How do I contact Mycsp?


  1. General enquiries. 0300 123 6666.
  2. Calling from overseas. +44 1903 835902.
  3. Pension Portal queries. +44 300 790 05902.

What is an OPM number?

When OPM receives your retirement application from your Agency, we mail you a Welcome Letter, along with a retirement card, which contains your CSA number. It’s a seven digit number and will be included on all correspondences from OPM.

How do I get in touch with Equiniti?

Call us

  1. Share Registration. If you need to contact us in regards to your shareholding, please call us on 0371 384 2030, our lines are open 9.00am – 5.00pm, Monday to Friday.
  2. Employee Share and SIP plans. Please email
  3. Share Dealing (share certificates and CSN holdings)
  4. EQi Investment/ISA Accounts.

How do I contact Equiniti by email?

To submit an invoice for processing, email us at

Is OPM closed?

Status: Open with Maximum Telework Flexibilities to all current telework eligible employees, pursuant to direction from agency heads.

What happens to my civil service pension if I leave?

What happens to my pension? When you resign, your employer will tell your MyCSP Pension Service Centre who will write to you with details of your pension benefits. These benefits will be preserved (held for you) and will become payable when you reach the scheme pension age.

How much money does the average person retire with?

Americans in their 30s: $45,000. Americans in their 40s: $63,000. Americans in their 50s: $117,000. Americans in their 60s: $172,000.

What did Equiniti used to be called?

The business has its origins in the share registration business of Lloyds TSB which was bought out from Lloyds by Advent International, a private equity institution, in 2007. The company was the subject of an initial public offering in October 2015.