Fatgreen are a UK Insurance Brokerage, passionate about “protecting growth”.
We arrange business protection insurance to shield SME’s, Private Equity and Venture Capital Investors from the financial risk associated with loss or incapacitation of people.
As many businesspeople are husbands, wives, and parents, we arrange Life Insurance cover to protect individuals and their families.
Quality and Attention to Detail
Many Fatgreen clients are business leaders or investors requiring high value insurance cover. As successful individuals, they expect quality solutions supported by outstanding attention to detail delivered in a professional and pro-active manner.
Clients rely on Fatgreen because we have over two decades of financial service experience and like you, we demand the best.Read More
Business Protection Insurance
Key Man Insurance Plans
Business receives cash lump sum following death or incapacitation of a director.Read More
Business Loan Insurance
Business receives cash lump sum to pay off debts following death or incapacitation of a director.Read More
Shareholder Protection Insurance
Business receives cash lump sum to buy-back shares from deceased or incapacitated shareholder.Read More
Relevant Life Insurance
Life insurance extended to Key staff by the business.Read More
Increased Life Expectancy
Medical science is increasing survival of critical illnesses, but not everyone returns to life as normal following treatment.
Post recovery, businesses, families and individuals may face unexpected financial pressure and disruption.
Fatgreen protects clients from financial disruption with business, family and personal life insurance.Read More
These UK health Stats don’t lie
- 2.3 million people are living with a coronary heart disease in the UK*
- Around 23,000 people under the age of 75 in the UK die from coronary heart disease each year
- There are around 367,000 new cancer cases in the UK every year, that’s around 1,000 every day (2015-2017)
- Almost 11,700 people are diagnosed each year with a primary brain tumour, including 500 children and young people – that’s 32 people every day
Sources: British Heart Foundation / Cancer Research UK / The Brain Tumour Charity / Diabetes.co.uk (as of March 2021)