Taking a proactive approach to disaster preparedness can reduce stress and ensure that brokers recover quicker should adversity strike. In this article, Adam Tier, head of underwriting at Ansvar Insurance, outlines the steps intermediaries can take to improve their resilience.
Undoubtedly hybrid working has revolutionised the way we work, but it may also be a catalyst for new potential risk exposures. This article considers three misconceptions about computer insurance in relation to hybrid working, and how brokers can ensure their clients have appropriate cover in place.
Climate change is one of the greatest, long-term risks facing the insurance sector. Fortunately, insurers can play a pivotal role in the transition to a greener economy. This content focuses on how insurers can contribute to a greener future by leveraging ESG data to reduce climate risk.
Commercial reputations take years to build but can be destroyed in a matter of hours. This blog highlights why small businesses are just as vulnerable to a PR catastrophe as larger companies and how ARAG’s Crisis Communications cover gives expert PR advice and support to SMEs.
More than 38,600 pieces of data have been leaked from the top 75 UK insurance broker domains since 2016, according to a scan of the dark web conducted on behalf of Insurance Post. This article highlights the insurance broking sector’s vulnerability to cybercrime.
Widely seen as a personal problem, diminishing access to justice also severely impacts businesses. In this article, Tony Buss, managing director at ARAG explains how the justice gap has become a major issue for companies in the UK, the value of legal expenses cover and what brokers can do to help.
A broken boiler or burst pipes can have a significant impact in terms of repair costs, loss of income and disruption to a business’s operations. HSB’s technical guide provides some tips for brokers on how to help your clients avoid costly breakdown and repair bills.
What does the future hold for the UK’s construction market? From mitigating the impact of rising plant theft, to investing in new technologies to drive efficiencies, this report considers how five trends are shaping the sector and the implications for construction insurance risks.
There is always plenty of guidance for consumers, at this time of the year in the run up to Black Friday, but businesses are equally vulnerable to the same scams and really need to think about their own promotions. This blog shares some top tips to help SMEs avoid a ‘Bleak Friday’.
Every year, around this time in November, news pages, inboxes and search results are dominated by the words ‘Black Friday’. This content highlights three key areas that could expose SME businesses to serious legal and commercial risks.