Corporate Planning

corporate planning

The death or serious illness of a key director or employee can have far-reaching or even disastrous consequences for a business.

The death or serious illness of a key director or employee can have can result in:

  • Loss of profits
  • The recall of loans
  • Reduced capacity
  • Loss of key clients/contacts
  • Reduced practical know-how

Having the correct insurances in place and making sure that they are regularly reviewed and updated as your business changes can be a particularly onerous task.

Your St. James's Place Partner will undertake an in depth review of your business and work with you to implement a tailored insurance programme to protect your business from a wide range of risks.

Download our guide to Creating Financial Independence (PDF) for further information for business owners and directors, or request contact from a St. James's Place Partner to find out more.


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