Tag Archives: business interruption

Terrorism Disruption Insurance

A traditional terrorism policy within the UK operates in the event of physical damage to premises as a result of a terrorist attack, targeting loss of life and creating fear and panic. However, terrorism in the UK is evolving – The changing nature of more recent attacks can cause significant disruption to businesses located in […]

Is your business reliant on any one customer or supplier? Read on!

It is often the case that a company may only deal with one or two customers or suppliers without realising the consequences should something catastrophic happen at their premises. The question you need to ask is “how could this affect your business?” Would your business be able to continue trading? Suppliers and customers can suffer […]

Your contents are covered, but does that matter?

If we talk about suffering a major loss at your premises, you will most likely think about your assets – buildings, plant, machinery, stock etc. If you didn’t insure them, how could you continue to operate? Knowing that if a significant loss were to occur, you would get all of your physical items replaced meaning […]

How secure is your electronic marketplace?

Your computer system may be secure, but how much do you rely on a Third Party customer or a supplier’s platform for your orders to be placed and then passed to you for processing? Businesses are dealing more and more with e-commerce companies that place orders on behalf of their customers for the purchase of […]

How would your business survive following a large insurance loss?

We have been out and about in South Yorkshire talking to motor traders a lot recently and found that Business Interruption (BI) insurance is a common gap in cover. There seems to be a common misunderstanding of the importance of BI cover and more often than not, we are finding that so many motor traders […]

How secure is your supply chain?

In recent years we have seen earthquakes, tsunamis, volcanic ash clouds and now super storms. It is inevitable that humanity will face other catastrophes but we don’t know what, where or when it will strike.  Add to this international political uncertainty and you have an unpredictable cocktail over which we have little control. What is […]