|In 1999, The Financial Times reported a “sea of unclaimed assets sloshing around the financial system” very conservatively estimated to be worth £77 billion. Twenty years later, in 2019, The Telegraph reported £200 billion in lost assets!
As in the
United States, the majority of the money comes from
unclaimed pensions, dormant banks accounts, lost
securities and uncashed dividends, forgotten life
insurance policies, unredeemed National Savings
Certificates and Premium Bonds; but also included is
£300 million in unclaimed National Lottery winnings!
information and claims assistance go to:
Bank & Building Society
Court Funds |
Insurance Policies |
National Savings Accounts |
Holocaust-era assets |