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?
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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We’re proud to be one of the largest mutual life offices in the UK - and one that's been around for 160 years.
We're Scottish Friendly
Find our latest press releases below.
Younger investors pull back from stocks and shares ISAs as older savers continue to increase investments
Scottish investors flooding into stocks and shares ISAs as sales outpace the rest of the UK
Scottish Friendly announces support for The Mental Health Foundation charity to give back this Christmas
Scottish Friendly appoints Susan Beckett as Non-Executive Director
Savers rush to invest in stocks and shares ISAs as sales bounce back strongly after a subdued first quarter
Female ISA subscriptions continue to fall sharply but number of younger women opening stocks and shares ISAs jumps by more than 200%, says Scottish Friendly
Grandparents who stick with cash JISAs missing out on savings boost of up to 30% for their grandchildren
Scottish Friendly hires new head of HR
Scottish Friendly hails investing boom among those in their 20s and 30s
Michael Walker stands down as Chairman of Scottish Friendly after more than a decade
Scottish Friendly reports record sales from savings and investments
Scottish Friendly warns this is the rainy-day savers have been preparing for as millions look at ways to boost their income
Brits save almost £120bn in ISAs to help fund home purchases – three quarters of which are made by first-time buyers
The return of wage squeeze Britain: more than 9.8 million workers expect to miss out on a pay rise in 2020