Investing for life
At Scottish Friendly we believe saving and investing is for everyone. That's why we're here to help you navigate the monetary maze.
Who are you investing for?
Not sure where to start?
We offer a range of tax-efficient products - from Investment ISAs and Juniors ISAs to Investment Bonds. We also offer life insurance through a selection of partners.
What we offer
Not sure what's right for you?
We’re proud to be one of the largest mutual life offices in the UK - and one that's been around for over 150 years.
We're Scottish Friendly
With Scottish Friendly you benefit from over 150 years of experience. Today we continue to work hard to maintain the standards that have served our members well over the years - good value products and quality service.
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Find our latest press releases below.
Award-winning author to teach tolerance through picture books
UK households curb spending on 'big ticket' items as wage growth stagnates, anxieties over debt remain and economic uncertainty reigns
Ciaran Murtagh kicks off Autumn Scottish Friendly Children’s Book Tour
Scottish Friendly reveals six point plan to correct flaws in the Lifetime Isa
Brits increasingly turning to credit to make ends meet as finances stretch and economic pessimism grows in UK households
Canadian Poet Bringing Migrant Experiences to Teesside Pupils
Netflix or bills? Brits more likely to agonise over what to watch on the box than how to manage their finances
Illustrator and Graphic Novelist a Big Draw for Western Isles Pupils
Brits increasingly embracing thrift as Brexit looms large and inflation eats into income
Scottish Friendly sets out its Lifetime ISA option
Illustrator Draws Pupils into a World of Illustration in Dumfries and Galloway and South Ayrshire
Scottish Friendly calls on industry to wake up to Lifetime ISA
Scottish Friendly brings its Children’s Book Tour to Northern Ireland for first time
2016 another record year for business announces Scottish Friendly
Scottish Friendly Children’s Book Tour comes to Liverpool for first time
Neil Lovatt promoted to Commercial Director