The insurance market is like every other, running in cycles where the supply and demand changes. A change is happening now causing the market to 'harden'. See what this means for you.
There are a few factors coming together at the moment which could see changes to property insurance premiums and we have pulled together some information for you from multiple sources to help show what’s happening in the property insurance market right now.
As we all seek to deal in the best way possible with the ongoing Covid-19 restricted environment we find ourselves in, many unscrupulous business practices have sprung up across a number of industries, and insurance is no exception!
Did you know that Directors have unlimited personal liability in lawsuits brought against them and can lose their homes, pensions, savings and any other personal assets as a result of prosecution or damages awarded? Read about how D&O Insurance can provide you with cost-effective protection.
As we emerge from 3 months of lockdown, Boris Johnson announced that from 4 July 2020 the 2m distancing guidance will change in England and a raft of non-essential businesses can reopen if they have applied ‘COVID-proofing’ measures.
You will likely have seen the government announcements regarding the opening of shops and various other businesses from 15 June 2020. With this news, multiple insurers have taken different stances on their unoccupancy conditions.
The coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has hit pause on many businesses across the UK.
As the Government lockdown eases up on the motor trade, and re-openings are expected in the next couple of weeks, you’re probably keeping up to date with all the latest tips and advice on how to safely reopen and what to do to continue complying with social distancing rules between customers and staff.
The A&T management team have now decided to offer free access to the A&T Risk Management Service for 3 months to all clients, now including the A&T Covid-19 Hub.
The landscape is changing daily but A&T have robust plans in place to remain open for business as usual and maintain high-quality service standards for our clients in this testing time.
There is still so much uncertainty surrounding Brexit and with this in mind, we thought we should update you on the motor insurance implications when driving abroad in the event of a ‘no deal’ Brexit.
Some insurers are no longer issuing European Accident Forms but we think it’s an essential document to have with you if you are driving abroad.
Risks are evolving and there is now a wide range of intangible risks that could cause catastrophic disruptions to your business.
Theft is a concern for every business regardless of their size or industry. Take a look at the recent Crime Survey results about theft against businesses in the UK and what you can do to help protect your organisation.