Why leave it to chance?
How much is a key employee worth to a business? And how would, or could, that business cope without them? 75% of private businesses rely on one key person. That is 3.6 million individuals who are indispensable
to their business*. Financial protection is vital to allow businesses to recover quickly and minimise the impact should the worst happen.
Source: Department for Business Innovation & Skills statistical release - business population estimates for the UK and regions 2013 (release dated 23 October 2013).
Business protection helps to protect your client’s business should a director, partner, member or key employee suffer a critical illness or die. It helps to make things right when things go wrong. We
are experts at protecting businesses and we are here to help at every step of the way.
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A range of tools to help with every step of business protection.
Short videos covering all you need to know about business protection.
Our email tool allowing you to approach clients instantly.
Employee death in service benefits on an individual basis no matter how small the business is.
Premium equalisation, key person, loan protection and relevant life policy calculators.
IMPORTANT: this information is based on our understanding of current United Kingdom law and HM Revenue & Customs practice, which is subject to change. We cannot accept responsibility for any liability that may arise from any action taken or not taken as a result of this information.
We like to think that our dedicated business protection team is the best in the market.
Each member works closely with advisers to provide training, seminars, technical support and sales development.
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Small business risk research
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Scottish Provident is a division of The Royal London Mutual Insurance Society Limited, which is authorised by the Prudential Regulation Authority and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority and Prudential Regulation Authority.