Compare Equitable Life Insurance Cover
It is important to compare life insurance quotes from lots of different companies, as some insurance companies are much more expensive than others, for exactly the same life insurance policy.
We compare life insurance quotes and their policies to ensure you get the best life insurance that is currently available on the life insurance market today.
We'll find the right life insurance cover for you at the right price in 3 easy steps:
We compare the leading insurers including:
About Equitable Life
The Equitable Life Assurance Society (Equitable Life), founded 1762, is a life insurance company in the United Kingdom.
By 1799 the Society had assets of £4m and its 5,000 membership subsequently doubled to 10,000 in 1810.
Famous 19th Century Equitable Life policyholders included Samuel Taylor Coleridge, William Wilberforce and Sir Walter Scott. In 1870, the Life Assurance Companies Act was passed "requiring all life offices to publish financial data on the lines so long followed by the Equitable."
The world's oldest mutual insurer, Equitable Life pioneered age based premiums based on mortality rate laying “the framework for scientific insurance practice and development” and “the basis of modern life assurance upon which all life assurance schemes were subsequently based”.
At its peak, Equitable had 1.5m policyholders with funds worth £26B but in December 2000, following a House of Lords ruling, Equitable Life closed to new business and cut payments.
*Figures are indications of savings only and based on a £100,000 life insurance policy for a female aged 30, non smoker and without a pre-existing medical condition. The rate is based on a 25 year level term policy, sourced on a guranteed basis. Correct as at September 2017.