In challenging times, you need to be side by side with someone you can trust The Metfriendly Lump Sum ISA

Get an extra BONUS on us

Invest or transfer at least £20,000 before 31 December 2020 and we’ll give you an

Additional 1% promotional bonus*

We’re Metfriendly. Side by side for your financial life, in and beyond the Met since 1893

We were established by volunteers within the Met to help widows of colleagues, and retiring officers. As the friendly society for the Metropolitan Police, we understand the risks you face and the worries your families deal with on a daily basis. That’s why we stand side by side with you, making it our priority to provide products tailored to the needs of the UK police family.

Established - We’ve stood side by side with the Met since 1893

Dedicated to you - Investments designed for the unique needs of the police family

Greater protection - Your policies are protected by the Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS) for Insurance products. This means that there is no upper limit on the amount protected, unlike the FSCS Deposit and Investment schemes which are limited to £85,000 per person per company

Putting members first – Our dedicated Member Services Team are highly experienced in handling police family finances and look forward to your call

Simple – Salary deduction available for serving Metropolitan and City of London police officers and Metropolitan police staff



annual return over 10 years

Act now to make the most of your money • Call us today on 01689 891454

• Apply online at uk/lumpsum

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Average annual growth over the last 10 years as at 01/07/20 for our Lump Sum Stocks and Shares ISA.

Past Performance is not a reliable guide to future returns

Metropolitan Police Friendly Society Ltd is authorised by the Prudential Regulation Authority and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority and the Prudential Regulation Authority (Firm ref No. 110026).

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