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Rothesay Life partners with Age UK to battle loneliness in later life

29th December 2014

Rothesay Life Limited, a leading life insurer specialising in pension scheme de-risking, has extended its support to Age UK by sponsoring the Charity’s star-studded ‘Love Christmas’ carol concert, which was held at St Paul’s Cathedral on Thursday 18th December 2014 and raised over £130,000.

Rothesay Life has previously sponsored Age UK’s Bereavement Guide – a booklet which offers practical and emotional support to older people after bereavement.

We are delighted to be able to support Age UK again. We started working with the charity earlier this year because we were impressed by its excellent work with people in later life - a worthy cause that we are particularly close to.

We look forward to continuing our partnership with Age UK as we both strive to help people make the most of later life.

Rothesay Life Chairman, Keith Satchell, on the developing relationship with Age UK

For further information please contact:

Temple Bar Advisory Limited +44 (0)78 2796 0151

William Barker

Notes to editors

About Rothesay Life
Rothesay Life was established in 2007 and has become one of the leading providers of regulated insurance solutions in the UK market for pensions de-risking, with over £15 billion of insurance contracts. In 2013, Rothesay Life wrote £1.6 billion of bulk annuity premiums following the £1.3 billion written in 2012. This strong growth has been achieved through the steady accumulation of pension scheme clients.

Existing Rothesay Life clients include the pension schemes and members associated with such names as RSA, British Airways, Rank, Uniq, General Motors, the MNOPF (Merchant Navy Officers Pension Fund), InterContinental Hotels, Philips and GKN.

Rothesay Life is a secure long-term provider of pensions, focused on

  •  a flexible and committed approach to execution;
  •  ongoing risk management to maintain balance sheet strength; and
  •  robust operational processes.

Rothesay Life is authorised by the Prudential Regulation Authority and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority and the Prudential Regulation Authority.