Legal & General Financial Products

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Legal & General helps millions of people to gain financial security for the future. Most retired people now depend on the pension fund they have worked hard to build up over the years.

To those that are in the process of building up a pension fund, the savings they make into ISAs, unit trusts and pension funds are a vital source of reassurance today and financial security of tomorrow.

The Legal & General was established in 1836 and is now one of the UK’s leading financial services providers with operations in Europe and the USA.

Legal & General offer a range of general insurance and protection products helping to protect  all aspects of peoples daily lives, from personal belongings, to life insurance. Close to six million customer currently have Legal & General life insurance, pensions, investments and insurance.

Legal & General is listed in the top 50 UK companies in the FTSE 100 Index. Figures taken at the end of 2007 indicate that it is responsible for investing in excess of £301 billion worldwide.


Legal & General really do have an Individual Savings Account (ISA) to suit everybody, with its broad range covering both cash and shares ISA's. Whether you're looking to invest your cash in shares, but want to opt for an account that only ever invests your money in ethical companies that are environmentally friendly FTSE 350 companies, or you would rather let an expert make the decision to invest your money in a portfolio of assets, Legal & General have a shares ISA for you.

Legal & General cash ISA's also provide a broad range of accounts, each designed to accommodate different needs. You can deposit as little as £50 a month and benefit from tax free interest on your balance.

Legal & General are authorised and regulated by the Financial Services Authority and covered by the Financial Services Compensation Scheme, which means that all balances up to £85,000 (£100,000 if you hold a joint account) are protected to give you peace of mind.