You have worked hard to build your business, often sacrificing personal and family time along the way.

The death or illness of either yourself, a major shareholder or another key person in your company could result in a number of difficulties such as the recalling of bank loans, withdrawal of lucrative orders or the loss of customer confidence.

Each of these could result in a loss of profits which puts your future at risk. With some careful and sensible planning, your cash flow could be replaced or protected so that your business can survive the difficult period.

You also need to ensure that your shares in the business pass as you intend to your successors. If you wish your family to receive the cash values of those shares, you need to ensure that your surviving shareholders have the money available to purchase them.

Having sought [Cavendish Brooke’s] services for corporate (pension) and personal services (including insurance and wills), I have always found them to be professional, knowledgeable and to offer a truly personal service, which is extremely rare in the ‘Internet age’.
— Mr M, Property Development & Investment, London

Cavendish Brooke can assist you in protecting your company and your loved ones’ security by ensuring that you have the right business protection policies in place.

With our excellent network of contacts we are able to identify and introduce you to relevant professionals qualified to assist you in these areas.