Tag Archives: insurers

Lockdown – the next steps

When we entered the first stages of lockdown, we were advised to abandon our workplaces and if possible work from home. This resulted in the majority of commercial properties and contract sites being unoccupied with no clear indication as to when they might re-open. Insurers reacted by providing guidance on the measures necessary to protect […]

How can good risk management help your insurance premiums?

You may have heard in the business news that the insurance market is hardening. This means that premiums can increase, cover can be restricted and insurers are less inclined to take on new clients; essentially it can become  difficult for a business to keep their costs down for those essential insurance covers and unfortunately shopping […]

Nostradamus and the world of insurance broking

Making predictions in this world is a particularly hazardous occupation. Nostradamus springs to mind as someone with a monopoly on predicting the future but did he, really? Nostradamus attended Avignon University but was forced to leave after just one year following an outbreak of an infectious disease. Sound familiar? Well, he didn’t see that coming. […]