If a partner or shareholder died, would you want to keep control of the business?
Shares may be divided along with the deceased person's estate. Recipients may choose to become active in your business or sell their shares to outside parties.
Shareholder & Business Partner Protection
This cover pays out a lump sum to the remaining directors and shareholders upon the death or terminal illness of a shareholder or business partner.
Why take it?
If a shareholder or business partner were to die or suffer a terminal illness, could you afford to purchase their share of the business?
If not the shares may pass to their family. These new shareholders may decide to become active in the running of the business or sell their shares as they see fit.
You can protect the business against this by receiving funds to purchase the shares from a covered member's estate upon their death.
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|Key Person Cover
||If a vital employee dies or becomes terminally ill that can hit your profits. You get a lump sum payment to replace lost profit or fund the recruitment of a replacement
||Directors loans should be paid off on death. You get funds to pay off loans, overdrafts and commercial mortgages