Business Protection

SOLUTIONS TO FIT AROUND YOU AND YOUR BUSINESS

We’ll tailor our approach wherever we can to make sure you get the cover you need, quickly and efficiently. Plus we have a team of experienced underwriters who’ll give you all the information you need about the benefits and exclusions, and help you every step of the way.

The solution could be business protection.

Business protection is a way of helping to protect against possible financial losses in the event of the death or critical illness of a business owner or key individual, during the length of the policy. It also pays out if you are terminally ill and meet our definition, except in the last 12 months of the policy.

It can help ensure that your business survives and continues trading during difficult circumstances.

To help ensure the long term financial security of your business in the event of losing key people to death, terminal or critical illness, speak to us today to find out how we can help.

Business protection needs

Key Person Protection – help safeguard your business against the financial effects of the loss of a key person

Business Loan Protection – helps pay an outstanding overdraft, loan or commercial mortgage against the loss of the guarantor

Share Protection – helps partners, directors and members buy a deceased persons share of the business.

Business Survival – Would your business survive without Business Protection in place? What impact would it have on your business if a key person died?

IT’S GOOD TO TALK

If you would like to discuss any of the issues listed above please don’t hesitate to get in touch. Call now on “01337 830 844” or fill in the online form and I will contact you within 24 hrs.

YOU NEED TO KNOW

We do not charge fees for arranging Mortgage and Family Protection or General Insurance. We will charge a fee for arranging your mortgage. This is payable on application and would typically be £500, however this could be higher or lower, depending on the complexity of your case. Fees are not refundable after you have received your formal mortgage offer.

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