CRITICAL ILLNESS COVER NOW AVAILABLE FOR BRITISH EXPATS …..

News Update – September 2016 – Critical Illness Cover for British Expats 

Unusual Risks are now able to arrange Critical Illness Cover for British Expats living in the following countries listed below.

Applicants must currently own a UK Property, hold a UK Bank Account and must also be able to provide us with a copy of their full medical records, should they be required by the insurer.

Countries Considered …

Australia, Austria, Belgium, Canada, Channel Islands, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Gibraltar, Greece, Hong Kong, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Isle of Man, Italy, Japan, Luxembourg, Malta, The Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, USA.

This is a major new development for British Expats and more updates will follow soon.

Unusual Risks are the UK’s leading financial advisers offering specialist advice on Life Insurance, Life Assurance and Critical Illness Cover for British Expatriates and UK Citizens currently living abroad.

For more information on Expatriate Life Assurance, Expatriate Life Insurance, Expatriate Critical Illness Cover you can contact Unusual Risks by phone (Int) +44 1404 45397 (UK) 0845 474 3075.

Or contact us by Email at enquiries@unusualrisks.co.uk or visit us online at www.expatriatelifeassurance.co.uk

*** PLEASE NOTE: We are only able to offer “UK Expat Life Insurance and Critical Illness Cover to people who still own a UK Property and still hold a UK Bank Account. Please only contact us if you can meet this criteria. ***

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