Did you know that if a key shareholder in your business dies, their shares automatically pass to their next of kin? That could jeopardise your business, but our shareholder protection polices can help.
Shareholder protection for your business
If a shareholder dies or is unable to take part in the business any more due to serious illness, you might want to buy the shares but that could put significant financial strain on the business. If you don't buy them those shares could end up in your competitors' hands.
Having a shareholder protection policy in place means your business will receive the funding in the form of a lump sum, to buy the shares, ensuring you don't lose control of your company or suffer financial hardship.
There are a range of shareholder protection solutions so we would work with your business to find the right one for you, making sure you are protected if the worst should happen.
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