At Ensign we have an excellent reputation in the East Midlands and beyond for giving commercial mortgage and investment advice to both existing and new clients, all of whom have been recommended to us.

Ensign can assist your business in a variety of ways.  We provide business clients with a broad range of services including:


Partnership Protection

The death of a shareholder or partner may cause severe financial problems for the remaining shareholders/partners. We arrange flexible and cost-effective plans to cover such an eventuality, helping to provide valuable funds at a crucial time.

Key Person Insurance

The loss of a key individual whether by death, accident or serious illness, may cause major disruption and financial loss to a business. We offer advice on the level of cover needed, recommending the appropriate product to meet the business needs.

Employee Benefits

Employee benefits are an important part of any company’s remuneration package, helping to attract and retain staff at all levels. Ensign provides comprehensive advice on pensions, life assurance, private medical insurance and income replacement schemes.

Directors Retirement Planning

Under certain circumstances, pensions can be used to help facilitate your company’s expansion. We will assess your existing arrangements and recommend an effective strategy to achieve your goals.

Group Personal Pension

Group personal pensions (GPPs) are a type of defined contribution pension which some employers offer to their workers. As with other types of defined-contribution scheme, members in a GPP build up a personal pension pot, which they then convert into an income at retirement.

The fund is usually invested in stocks and shares, along with other investments, with the aim of growing the fund over the years before you retire.

You can usually choose from a range of funds to invest in.

The value of investments and any income from them can fall as well as rise and you may not get back the original amount invested.

Your home may be repossessed if you do not keep up repayments on your mortgage

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