Businesses are powered by humans, but unfortunately humans breakdown – we’re not AI powered cyborgs yet. Makes sense to plan for the worst.
What is Business Protection Insurance?
Business Protection Insurance shields a business financially when its owners or employees are affected by illness or death.
- Pays out if key people in your business die or get ill.
- Available to businesses of all sizes.
- From just £5 per month.^
Who is Business Protection Insurance for?
Companies of all shapes and sizes can get Business Protection.
Types of business that can get Business Protection:
- Limited companies.
- Sole traders.
- partnerships & limited liability partnerships (LLPs).
“People work so hard building their business. But they often forget to question if they've got suitable protection in place.”Dan Langford - Neilson Place Financial Adviser
What types of Business Protection are available?
We cover all bases when it comes to Business Protection. We’ll fully assess your business’s level of risk and make recommendations on what sort of cover you need – so you concentrate on driving your business forward.
Types of cover:
Key Person Cover
Protects businesses if an employee who significantly contributes to their success becomes terminally or critically ill, or dies.
Business Loan Protection
Gives co-owners cover for any business loan payments that may be at risk, in the event of death or illness.
Allows for a planned succession of a shareholder or partner’s business stake should they fall ill or die, with options such as required buybacks.
Provides partners with the cash flow necessary to buy back the ownership stake of a partner or member of a limited liability partnership who has died or taken ill.
How is Business Protection different from Personal Protection?
Business Protection is different to Personal Protection because it’s built around specific corporate aims. More importantly, the payout is given to the business, not an individual. For example, Business Protection could payout if one of your key employees dies, & provide you with extra funds to replace the profit generated by that employee.