Shareholder Protection Insurance

Have you considered Shareholder & Partnership Protection to protect your business?

Running a successful business can mean tackling delicate issues, and one such difficult issue is what would happen if your business partner died or became seriously ill?

Shareholder and Partnership Protection allows for sufficient funds to be available in the event of the death or serious illness of a shareholder. This ensures the company can continue to operate while the ongoing shareholder, or their family, receive fair compensation. This also provides documentation to enable the surviving shareholders to receive the funds free of tax. 

Not having Shareholder Protection in place can be devastating for the business structure. If a co-owner or shareholder were to die, the shares could go into the deceased estate and commonly be inherited by the spouse or partner. To ensure control of the business is retained, the remaining owners need to have the ability to purchase the business share from the retiring owner or deceased owner's estate.

It is also important to ensure that the sale of the business share fairly represents its value at the time of death or retirement through ill health.

At Braant, we can help you with Partnership and Shareholder Protection Insurance to provide both the funds and the framework to ensure that these objectives are achieved.

 

Shareholder Protection - Our Process

The market will be searched extensively to ensure the best arrangement is sourced for your company needs. Our partnering shareholder protection firm are a team of specialist consultants authorised by the FCA, to provide regulated advice and will present you with the best options for your company, considering your circumstances.

  • Trusted and regulated impartical advice
  • Complete choice of market
  • A no obligation service

     

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