United Assurance Life Insurance Company
The United Assurance Life Insurance Company, originally known as the Refuge Friend in Deed Life Assurance and Sick Fund Friendly Society, is a life insurance and pensions company based in England. It was founded by James Proctor and George Robins in Dukinfield, Cheshire in 1858. The company’s head office was located in the Refuge Assurance Building on Oxford Street in central Manchester from 1895 until 1987. In 1987, the company moved to new offices on the grounds of Fulshaw Hall in Wilmslow, around 12 miles south of the old Refuge Building. In October 1996, the Refuge Assurance Company merged with United Friendly to form the United Assurance Group (UAG). After some disappointing performances, the United Assurance Group was taken over by Royal London for £1.6 billion. Royal London Group is the UK’s largest mutual life, pensions, and investment company, offering protection, long-term savings, and asset management products and services.
7001 Boulevard 26 #434
North Richland Hills, TX 76180
|Insurance Types||Annuity, Life|