HC Deb 23 July 1912 vol 41 c975
56. Mr. LUNDON

asked when the United National Friendly Assurance Company, Limited, Glasgow, was founded; whether it was formed for the purpose of acquiring the business of another firm which had failed, or if it began business on its own account; what were the names of the promoters; what was the capital of the company; how much is now paid up; was any deposit made by this company to enable it to carry on life assurance business; can he state its present financial position, and say whether it has ever paid a dividend on its share capital; and, if so, when and how much?


No society is registered under any Act administered by the Registrar of Friendly Societies under the exact name given in the question, but two are registered under similar names. I am circulating a detailed answer.