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In all cases, you will have to make sure you fulfilled the qualification criteria first. This of course becomes far more complicated if your company has been taken over or the shares delisted (perhaps it has been bought back and become a private company) or gone under.
The chance is that it will be of interest only to collectors of such things - the name for such a hobby is scripophily.
Investments If you have an old policy with an insurance company long since disappeared from view, you can track down the company through the Association of British Insurers (020 7600 3333 or org.uk).
While banks and building societies periodically clear up their books of dormant accounts, there are still many with just a few pounds in them. You can write to it at: Pension Tracing Service, Tyneview Park, Whitley Road, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, NE98 1BA, go online at or call 0845 6002 537.
There are also a lot of building society accounts dating back ten years or more when there was a trend of opening accounts with £100 in the hope that the society would become a bank and give a conversion windfall. However, you will need some details such as the name and address of your former employer, the type of scheme (ie, occupational or group personal) and when you belonged to it.