Monthly Archives: July 2014

“Check Out” British Expatriate Life Insurance and Critical Illness Cover …

When visiting a UK supermarket these days we seem to be bombarded with offers of financial services such as credit cards, travel insurance, savings accounts, current accounts and of course Life Insurance and Critical Illness Cover. For UK residents buying Life Assurance or Critical Illness Cover can be as simple as taking your groceries through […]

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  • BRITISH EXPATRIATE LIFE INSURANCE

    Unusual Risks are independent insurance advisers who regularly offer independent financial advice to British Expatriates living abroad.

    We have many existing UK clients for whom we have arranged Life insurance, Life Assurance or Critical Illness Cover who are currently living outside of the United Kingdom .

    Our financial advisers are experienced at finding the right insurance policy from the whole market for your requirements, whether it be to protect your Homes, Mortgages, Families and Children.

    Currently we have insurance clients who are living in France, Germany, Holland, Portugal, Spain (Costa Del Sol, Costa Brava, Gran Canaria, Mallorca), Cayman Islands, Malaysia, Singapore, United States of America and many other places.

    Please Note*

    Authorised and Regulated By The Financial Conduct Authority. Unusual Risks are Independent Insurance Advisers based In the United Kingdom. They offer financial advice to British Expatriates, who still own a property in the United Kingdom and maintain a UK Bank Account.

    Our Complaint Handling procedures are available on request. If you have reasons to raise a concern please contact us on 0845 474 3075 or by email enquiries@unusualrisks.co.uk

    If we are unable to resolve an issue to your satisfaction, you may be able to refer the matter to the Financial Ombudsman Service. More information is available on request or by visiting www.financial-ombudsman.org.uk

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