From 14 September logging in with eHerkenning

Update: 14 September 2020
Today we moved to logging in with eHerkenning (EH). On this page you will find an extensive step-by-step plan logging in with EH. You can also read here why we moved to logging in with EH and what this means for you.

Step-by-step plan to log in with EH
To make the transition as smooth as possible, we have created a clear step-by-step plan for you. This specifies exactly which steps you must take so that you and any other employees can log in with EH.

Do you outsource the work to an pension adviser?
The step-by-step plan also explains how you can grant access to your pension adviser. Your advisor cannot log in without your permission. The advisor also needs EH to log in. Advisors receive their own step-by-step plan for this.

> Check out the step-by-step plan EH for you as an employer (PDF)

Why logging in with EH?
It is important that only the right people can access your data. EH ensures this. In addition, the use of EH will soon be required by law and BeFrank is a pension administrator as defined by the Pensioenwet (Pensions Act). That makes us a ‘designated organisation’ under the Wet Digitale Overheid (Digital Government Act/WDO). The WDO will soon require us to use EH for our electronic services. In due course you will only be able to log in at many bodies such as UWV and the Tax and Customs Administration with EH.

More information and applying for eHerkenning
> Read more about eHerkenning and applying here
> Find answers on frequently asked questions

Do you outsource work to advisors or external parties?
> Read here how you can authorise advisors using a chain authorisation

> Log in to the employer’s portal