Professional Indemnity Insurance Funding for Professional Practices

Key benefits:

  • Spread the cost of your premium over 12 - 18 months
  • Wesleyan Bank can provide both PI insurance and funding in one bundle
  • Competitive rates
  • Protect your cash flow and retain working capital
  • Get an instant quote and apply online

PII funding preserves cash flow

Professional Indemnity Insurance can represent one of the single largest expenses that a law firm can face annually. By spreading the cost of your premium over time with an unsecured PII loan from Wesleyan Bank, you can avoid significant troughs in your cash flow and ensure working capital is available for other important areas of your business without relying on overdrafts or other more expensive credit lines. 

Wesleyan Bank provides flexible finance solutions to legal firms looking to spread the cost of their PII.

If you're a Scottish firm looking to finance your PII premium and fees, we can do this within a single agreement, making the process as simple and hassle-free as possible.

As the only endorsed finance provider to the Law Society of England and Wales, as well as a strategic partner of the Law Society of Scotland, you can be assured that we have the expertise and knowledge to support your firm.

As well as funding your premium, Wesleyan can also provide you with insurance options. Click here to find out more about our Professional Indemnity Insurance.

Speak to one of our dedicated and knowledgeable account managers today about how we can help to support your firm today and in the future.
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