Your world

My company has shares and should something happen to me or my fellow directors. I’m not certain what will happen to the shares each of us owns.

We have seen businesses face turmoil when one of their shareholders dies or become seriously ill.

It is not something that we have planned for but moving forward, it might make sense to put something in place as part of our risk management strategy.

Our understanding

Should a shareholder die or become critically ill, shares do not revert to the company. Instead they go to the shareholder’s family.

This insurance is a practical safeguard to prevent unnecessary disruption to the company.

This insurance allows companies and remaining shareholders to buy the shares of the business. Usually for a fair price from the family of the deceased helping to retain control and secure the future of the company.

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