“Business Continuity Planning” is best defined as making “provision for a possible event or circumstance“.
The majority of owners who have a substantial part of their family’s wealth tied up within their business are also the most vulnerable when confronted with unplanned-for situations.
So what type of events or circumstances are we referring to here? Two of the most common (and confronting) are the death or disability of the business owner.
An otherwise strong business can also be impacted upon heavily by the death or disability of key personnel or business partners.
In the event of serious illness or death, do you have the following in place:
PLUS – have you reviewed and worked on your wealth protection/preservation plan this past year?
For more information, you can read our brochure here and then to discuss further, please either email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call me direct on 0452 1444 76 for a confidential discussion.
Phil Manhire (Founder & CEO)