Business Protection


The death of a director who has a significant shareholding in the company can have serious repercussions for all parties.

The surviving Directors.

  • The surviving directors now have a new business partner, the deceased’s successor(s), who may not be familiar with the business.
  • They may also face loss of control if the deceased director owned more than 50% of the company.
  • Their ideal solution would be to buy the deceased director’s shareholding.