Terms and conditions
These are the terms and conditions relating to use of our website. If you are after the terms and conditions of our products, please visit Our literature.
© Copyright 2017 Ellipse. All rights reserved.
Texts, pictures, footage and graphics and their appearance in the Ellipse website are protected under copyright law and other protective legislation. These materials or any portions thereof may be used solely for personal and non-commercial purposes. An exception shall be the use of pictures and footage downloaded from the database in the picture archive and the press footage by representatives of the media if and insofar as such pictures are used in publications with editorial relevance to Ellipse. Pictures and footage as well as articles from newspapers and magazines appearing in the Ellipse website may also in certain instances be subject to the intellectual property rights of third parties.
"Ellipse, the digital group risk insurer" and the Ellipse logo are internationally protected registered trademarks. You must not display or use the Ellipse trademark without the express written permission of Ellipse. All other company names, logos and product names appearing in the Ellipse website may be the registered trademarks of their respective owners.
Disclaimer and Reservation of Right of Modification
While Ellipse has used its discretion, best judgement and every reasonable effort in compiling the information and components contained in this website it may not be held liable for the completeness, correctness, topicality and technical accuracy of any information contained herein. Likewise, Ellipse may not be held liable for any loss or damage caused by computer viruses when users retrieve or download data from this website. Ellipse reserves the right, without the need to give prior notice, to modify or supplement information and components in this website.
We do not make use of any cookies on this website, but if you use our secure website single session cookies will be used to identify you during your visit and ensure that you can interact with the site without the need to keep re-entering your log-in details.
Links to Third-party Sites
Clicking on certain hyperlinks on the Ellipse website allows you to leave the Ellipse site. The linked sites are not under the control or influence of Ellipse and the latter is not responsible for the contents and design of or for any changes made to the linked sites. Ellipse therefore shall be liable neither for offsite material contained in linked sites nor for any links contained in a linked site.
No product advice is currently being offered on this site.
Ellipse is the trading style of the UK branch of ERGO Lebensversicherung Aktiengesellschaft, which is registered in England. Registration Number: BR010594. Registered office: 15 Bermondsey Square, London SE1 3UN.
ERGO Lebensversicherung Aktiengesellschaft is a German insurance company with headquarters in Dusseldorf. It is authorised by BaFin (the German regulator), registration number 1184 and is subject to limited regulation by the Financial Conduct Authority.
BaFin is the authorising institution from whom we receive our licence to transact insurance business. BaFin is therefore responsible for the oversight of solvency, liquidity, governance and all other similar issues that affect prudential supervision.
Banking and Insurance Supervision
Graurheindorfer Str. 108
Tel: + 49 228 / 4108 - 0
Fax: +49 228 / 4108 - 1550
The FCA covers the way in which we interact with our customers, especially how we market our products, treat our customers and handle complaints.
25 The North Colonnade
Tel: 0800 111 6768
All information on this website relating to Ellipse's products is provided to and is intended for the attention of UK residents only.
Ellipse’s products are not available directly to the general public. Any product information (or application form) provided on this website is not, and must not be treated as, an offer of that product for direct purchase from this site.
English law governs this site and its contents and any dispute in relation to its contents will be subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the English courts.