Category Archives: Level Term Assurance

Unusual Risks Featured In The Financial Times – FT Adviser – British Expats Life Insurance – Latest News

Unusual Risks and their campaign to help British Expats living abroad find Life Insurance has this week reached the highly respected pages of the Financial Times – FT Adviser. The FT Adviser is the UK’s leading Industry publication for Brokers and IFA’s and they featured the launch of our new service for Brokers and IFA’s, […]

Expatriate Insurance Survey 2016 – Latest Research – Summer 2016

Unusual Risks, the UK Life Insurance advisers, are today announcing the results of their recent Expatriate Insurance Survey. After conducting their latest research into the availability of Life Insurance and Critical Illness Cover to British Expatriates, they can now confirm that only 16% of UK insurance companies offer Life Insurance products to British Citizens living […]

British Expatriate Life Insurance – The Latest Advice & Research – Summer 2016

LATEST IMPORTANT NEWS FOR BRITISH EXPATS LOOKING FOR LIFE ASSURANCE AND LIFE INSURANCE It’s now around 12 months since almost all of the mainstream UK insurers withdrew from offering life insurance to British Expat’s living abroad. As financial advisers who look after many existing British Expat clients, this change of policy from UK insurers has […]

Where to find the best Life Assurance deal for UK Expats and British Expats?

There have been major changes over the last 12 months, in the availability of Life Assurance and Life Insurance for British Expatriates living abroad. Major Life Assurance companies such as Legal & General, Friends Life and Aviva have all withdrawn from offering Insurance to British Expats living abroad. Unusual Risks have responded by researching the […]

UK EXPATRIATE LIFE ASSURANCE – BRITISH EXPATRIATE LIFE INSURANCE …

Unusual Risks are the UK’s leading financial advisers that offer “UK Expat Life Insurance” and “UK Expat Life Assurance”. Recently we have seen a large reduction in the amount of Insurance providers offering Life Insurance to British Citizens living abroad. UK Insurance Providers such as Aviva, Legal & General and Friends Life have all withdrawn […]

EXPATRIATE LIFE ASSURANCE FURTHER UPDATE – AUTUMN 2015

LATEST IMPORTANT NEWS FOR BRITISH EXPATS LOOKING FOR LIFE ASSURANCE AND LIFE INSURANCE Further to our recent new bulletin announcing the withdrawal of all mainstream UK Life Assurance Companies from insuring British Expatriates, we have prepared this report detailing the availability of Life Assurance and Life Insurance to UK Citizens living abroad. The withdrawal over […]

Expatriate Life Insurance & Life Assurance … Latest News Autumn 2015

IMPORTANT NEWS FOR BRITISH EXPATRIATES LOOKING FOR LIFE ASSURANCE  Further to our recent survey which was published in July 2015, we now feel obliged to report that over the last 12 months the majority of UK mainstream insurers have now withdrawn from offering Life Assurance services to British Expatriates and UK Citizens living abroad. Insurance […]

Expatriate Insurance Survey 2015 …

Unusual Risks, the UK Life Insurance advisers, are today announcing the results of their second Expatriate Insurance Survey. After conducting this latest survey into the availability of Life Insurance and Critical Illness Cover to British Expatriates, they can now confirm that only 33% of UK insurance companies offer Life Insurance products to British Citizens living […]

British Expatriate – Level Term Assurance and Whole of Life Assurance

Unusual Risks were recently approached by Janet (Aged 50) who is a British Expat Property Consultant currently residing in France. Janet has three dependent children currently at University in England and is concerned about their well being should she pass on whilst living in France. She currently has no Life Assurance in place and would […]

British Expatriate – Critical Illness Cover

Unusual Risks were recently approached by Simon (Aged 41 ) who is a British Expat Banker for a major International Bank … Simon has Life Insurance and Long Term Sick Pay Benefits with his current employer, but does not have any Critical Illness Cover. He has been posted in Singapore on a fixed term contract […]