Pioneer Friendly Society members

Please note Scottish Friendly only administer Pioneer Friendly Society endowment business. Income protection business is administered by Exeter Friendly Society.

Scottish Friendly welcomes Pioneer Friendly Society members

Scottish Friendly Assurance, one of the UK's leading friendly societies, welcomes members of Pioneer Friendly Society. Members of Pioneer Friendly Society voted overwhelmingly in favour of a Transfer of Life Insurance policies to Scottish Friendly on 25th April 2007 and the Transfer became effective on 1st July.


Principles and Practices of Financial Management

The following document explains the Principles and Practices of Financial Management that Scottish Friendly apply in managing their With Profits funds and in ensuring that customers are treated fairly. Consumer friendly versions of these documents are also available.

The following document is called the Consumer Friendly Principles and Practices of Financial Management (CFPPFM) and provide a summary of the contents of the PPFM.


About Scottish Friendly

Scottish Friendly is Scotland's leading friendly society and you can find out more about us in our About us and Customer centre sections.

Scottish Friendly can offer Pioneer Friendly Society members a wide range of investment and protection plans.

You can invest for a rainy day for yourself or any children in your life via our tax-free friendly society investment plans or our Child Trust Fund. We also have a range of tax-free ISAs and other investment plans. And if you'd like to see your family are taken care of, take a look at our life assurance plans. You'll find the full range of Scottish Friendly products here on our website.

No advice has been provided by Scottish Friendly in relation to any of their products. If you are in any doubt as to whether a product is suitable for you, you should contact a financial adviser for advice. If you do not have a financial adviser, you can get details of local financial advisers by visiting www.unbiased.co.uk. Advisers may charge for providing such advice and should confirm any cost beforehand.