Risk Management

We all take risks every day. Crossing the road, getting in the car, without giving things a second thought

risk management


Whilst retirement and investment planning is clearly important, consideration must be given to the “what ifs” in life such as:

What will happen to my family if I die prematurely?

How will I pay my bills if I have no income due to an accident or disability?

How will my business continue if my partner dies or is seriously ill?

The answer is in ensuring that your insurance and risk management cover is adequate.

Protection business has sadly been ignored or neglected by the so called wealth managers who are only interested in how much money they can manage and the fees they can extract.

Risk management should form the cornerstone of any financial plan and Granite Financial Planning consider all these areas as part of their financial planning process.

We offer advice on life assurance, income protection and critical illness cover on an independent whole of market basis.

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