Aegon has become the latest business to announce its plans in the event that Scotland votes for independence in next week’s referendum.
The company says it is prepared to launch a new registered life company in England in addition to its existing Scottish and English registered companies.
“This means irrespective of any currency, regulatory or tax change we can continue to serve all our customers,” Aegon chief executive Adrian Grace says.
“Any changes as a result of Scottish independence won’t happen overnight and we will continue to provide regular updates for customers through email and on our website.”
A growing number of UK companies have revealed contingency plans that could see them moving to England if Scotland votes to ditch the union on 18 September.