Income Protection Insurance

If you can't work, you can't earn - protect yourself now financially

What happens to your future if you lose your income?

Income protection cover can provide a one-off cash lump sum if you are too ill to work.

Along with critical illness and disability insurance, income protection insurance forms part of a cluster of insurance types that will ultimately safeguard your family’s future for very little investment.

In the UK, income protection insurance is designed to offer you long-term financial support in the event of you being unable to work. In contrast, ASU insurance offers you short-term support if you are unable to work because of accident, sickness, or unemployment.

Speak to one of our advisers. There are so many products available in these areas that an experienced eye is invaluable in sorting through your options – and deciding on a package that suits your wider financial picture.

Three reasons to choose Holborn Assets for insurance

  • Access to the best plans

    As part of our holistic approach, Holborn Assets cherry-picks the best insurance plans from our network of partners on your behalf. And, if it comes to it, you (or any beneficiaries involved) won’t need to make any claim alone. We at Holborn Assets will stand by you and shield you from the worst of any bureaucratic hassle that ensues.

  • Registered and regulated

    Holborn Assets is registered with the UAE Insurance Authority (IA) on the brokers’ list (which is one of nine lists related to different insurance specialisms). We have satisfied rigorous criteria relating to governance and financial condition, and are therefore fully licensed to operate under the continued regulation of the IA.

  • Holistic solutions

    Insurance occupies the bottom tier of our financial planning pyramid. Insurance grounds you. The basis of your holistic financial plan should be protecting yourself against future calamity. Insurance is a shield that protects complementary elements such as your Pension, Investments and Legacy Strategy.

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History and Heritage

Holborn Assets was established in 1998 and is widely considered to be the financial services company of choice in the expatriate market it serves. No other independent company can match our expertise or depth of proposition. We have therefore always felt at home headquartered in Dubai, the world’s fastest growing City State and one of the economic wonders of the world.

Holborn Assets has regulated operations in the UK, Europe, Asia and South Africa and a global administration hub employing 150 people in Sri Lanka. The corporate DNA that has underpinned our growth is simple: we are passionate about helping people put the right money, in the right place, at the right time.

We are a friendly, family company with British values of integrity and respect for all.

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