Find a Child Trust Fund
You can find out where a Child Trust Fund (CTF) is held if you do not know the provider.
Fill in the form online to ask HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) where the account was originally opened.
You’ll need a Government Gateway user ID and password. If you do not have a user ID, you can create one when you fill in the online form.
If you’re a parent looking for your child’s trust fund, you’ll need either:
- the child’s Unique Reference Number (you’ll find this on your annual CTF statement)
- their National Insurance number
If you’re looking for your own trust fund, you’ll need your National Insurance number.
HMRC will send you details of the CTF provider by post within 3 weeks of receiving your request.
HMRC will contact you for more information if you’ve adopted the child or a court has given you parental responsibility for them.
Applying by post
You can also contact HMRC by post to find out where a CTF is held.
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If you’re a parent looking for your child’s trust fund, you’ll need to include your full name and address and all of the following:
- child’s full name and address
- child’s date of birth
- child’s National Insurance number or Unique Reference Number if known
If you’re looking for your own trust fund, you’ll need to include all of the following:
- your full name and address
- your date of birth
- your National Insurance number or Unique Reference Number if known