Standard Life Assurance
Standard Life Assurance was established in 1825 and the first Standard Life Company Act was passed by the British parliament in 1832. Over the last 180 years Standard Life grew and diversified as a major UK-based global financial services company offering a wide range of services to customers all over the world.
Standard Life Assurance is a Fortune 500 company.
Standard Life's products and services cover:
- Personal Pensions
- SIPP Retirement Annuities
- Savings and Investments
- Individual Investments
- Business Savings
- Life Insurance Income Protection
- Buildings and Contents Mortgages
- Payment Protection
- Individual and Company Healthcare
In fiscal 2006 Standard Life recorded revenues of 15,349 million pounds, which was 16.16%, less than what it recorded in the previous fiscal year.
The total value of the assets held by Standard Life in fiscal 2006 was 132,591 million pounds, which was 10.25% more than what it, was in the previous fiscal year.
Standard Life's net income in fiscal 2006 was 395 million pounds, which was 375.9% more than in the last fiscal year.
Net income over the last 2 fiscals (in million pounds)
Value of assets over the last 2 fiscals (In million £)
Standard Life’s net income in fiscal 2006 was £ 395 million, which was 375.9 % more than what it, was in the last fiscal.
Net income over the last 2 fiscals (In million £)
Standard Life is headed by Mr. B. Stewart who is the chairman of the company
Standard Life employs over 10,000 people worldwide.
Standard Life's registered office is located at:
Standard Life House
30 Lothian Road,