Expat Financial is one of the few independent international life insurance brokerage sources in the world. We cater to individuals living outside the country that they hold a passport in, who want to buy life or accidental death and dismemberment (AD&D) plans. We can often source plans that can provide coverage from a minimum of $500,000 to $1.5 Million for expatriates residing in most countries. Coverage is also available in Pounds Sterling and Euro. Please obtain a quote for the MSH Life plan we offer online or contact us via our quote page.
TFG Global or our associates can search the marketplace to provide quotations on a no-charge and no-obligation basis from well known, financially secure and reputable insurance companies. We can also potentially help expatriates decide on the right amount of protection based on their unique circumstances.
The minimum life insurance amount that we can obtain quotes on is $500,000 or equivalent. We are not able to obtain cover for citizens who currently reside in the USA or Canada.
Once the customer is ready to proceed with the protection, we forward the necessary forms and arrange for the necessary medical tests and examinations, if required. Premiums are payable directly to the insurance company of your choice for your protection, which you can pay by check, wire or credit card.
Many corporations and small business owners use expatriate life insurance plans to protect investors, clear loans, buy-out deceased business partners etc…
Many other plans are also available upon request. Premium may differ depending on your health and location and may not be available. If you would like a personal life insurance quote or you require more information, please go to the Expat Quote Form or you can use our Contact Page.
Note: Some of the products and services described or advertised on this site may not be available to residents of certain jurisdictions, depending on regulatory constraints, including Canada and the U.S. Please contact Expat Financial for more information about your specific jurisdiction. The above coverage is NOT available to current residents of Canada or the USA and some other countries.