Click Here to sell your endowment policy
To sell a London Life endowment policy instead of cashing in early, use the flashing button at the top of this page.
Surrender or Sell a London Life Endowment Policy
A London Life endowment policy can be sold second hand, as a traded endowment policy, and bought by the second hand endowment policy buyers, which can increase the amount of money you can get, rather than surrendering it.
If you are asking yourself the question "should I surrender my London Life endowment policy or sell it second hand" then you might want to consider using the red link above to get a second hand policy value before finally making the final decision.
Selling an endowment policy should not be undertaken lightly, and not without first taking independent financial advice, but if you are determined to sell or surrender a London Life endowment policy, the surrender value can be obtained from London Life at their Peterborough office.
If you have already decided to sell your London Life endowment policy, or surrender the London Life endowment policy, you will lose the life assurance attached to it, and should seriously look at term life assurance as a replacement option.
In today's market you can usually only get an offer on a London Life endowment policy if it is of the with profits endowment type.
London Life began selling life assurance approximately 200 years ago.
London Life used as its trademark the image of Dick Whittington.
Originally based in London, the company moved to Bristol in the 1980's
and has recently relocated to Peterborough in Cambridgeshire
London Life is not open for new business but it does continue to provide services to customers with existing contracts.
Selling endowment to one of only six endowment policy traders that are members of the Association of Policy Market Makers, instead of cashing in endowments early, can be achieved by using the "sell endowment" link at the top of the page, or by clicking here
The information on this web site is intended as "information only" and should not be taken as "advice".
If you are unsure about what to do, if anything, about your endowment policy, you should consider taking advice from an independent financial adviser who is regulated by the Financial Services Authority