Business protection doesn’t need to be complicated. With 5.9 million businesses in the UK* – each with their own specific financial needs - you could be missing out on a great opportunity to grow yours.
New Guide to business protection
Aegon has used its wealth of experience in the business protection market to develop a new Guide to business protection.
The guide is designed to help you develop business protection opportunities whether:
you’re a private client adviser or corporate adviser and want to move into the business protection market;
you’re a pensions adviser;
you have commercial general insurance connections for referrals, or
you have links with solicitors or accountants.
Even if you don’t have any links into this market, the guide can help you develop opportunities, as well as learn more about business protection and how to advise on it.
Keeping business protection simple
When identifying potential clients, it’s really important to identify and understand their business type and legal status. This new guide provides information and support on specific business types including:
guidance on setting up business protection arrangements;
the tax and trust implications surrounding the different arrangements available;
how to identify potential clients;
how to develop professional connections;
employee benefits for small and medium sized companies, and
possible business protection solutions.
And don’t forget the Vault. Your one-stop-shop for all the support material you'll need to help you in the business protection market. This includes sample material, sales aids, technical factsheets, videos and more. All are designed to help you understand the importance of, create the need for and discuss business protection with your clients.
Business protection toolkit
Visit the business protection toolkit for more information on business protection including access to the new Guide to business protection and all their support material, or get in touch with your local Aegon sales representative.
*Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy – Business population estimates for the UK and regions 2019