The Board of Trustees of the National Provident Fund (NPF) holds money for a number its members with whom contact has been lost. This money was contributed to an NPF superannuation account and contact was lost as a result of members changing their employment and/or address and not keeping the NPF Scheme administrator informed.
In addition, money held in the compulsory National Superannuation Scheme of the 1970s was transferred to NPF on the dissolution of that scheme.
If you think some of this money may be yours please complete, in full, the form below and return to the NPF Scheme Administrator, Datacom, at the address noted below. Datacom will compare the information provided with the NPF records and respond to you within 6 weeks.
Please be aware that many members contributed only small amounts over a short period of time and, for these members, any money held may not be significant (less than $10).
Other Search Options for Unclaimed Monies
For the most part, Unclaimed Money is eventually transferred to the Crown, usually to the Treasury or the Inland Revenue Department, or the Public Trust. Options you may wish to investigate when searching for Unclaimed Monies include:
New Zealand Inland Revenue website:
New Zealand Treasury website:
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