We recognise that you may be experiencing temporary financial difficulty as a result of coronavirus. We want to make it as easy as possible for you to get in contact with us and access any help you may need.
If you’re struggling to pay premiums at this time due to coronavirus we will look to:
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We also wish to reassure our customers, partners and suppliers that while our offices are closed we are fully operational.
We understand how much pressure you’re under right now – but we wanted to make sure we did something to help.
For however long this pandemic is active in the U.K. we’re offering all our insurance clients access to our Risk Management team free of charge.
With help and advice on everything from setting up your workforce for home working to understanding your legal obligations around statutory inspections we’re here to help.
Covid-19 brings its own challenges to business, but existing threats do not go away. If anything, some of the established threats may be amplified due to the distractions caused by a major global pandemic. One such area is cyber risk, which we examine.
Find out how you can proactively support your employees' wellbeing with insurance-backed products to help through these uncertain times
With no way of predicting when Covid-19 restrictions will be eased, working from home looks likely to continue for the foreseeable future. But what does this mean for your home insurance?
Business owners face new and evolving challenges as the Covid-19 pandemic develops. Phil Thorpe and Lucy Frost explain what business owners can do to mitigate risks and make sure their business is protected during these unpredictable times.
The COVID-19 pandemic has presented the biggest threat to UK business for generations. Today we’re talking to Josh Simpson, Account Executive, to find out how a broker can help support you and your business through these uncertain times.
Market update for July 2020 by Managing Director of Alan Boswell Financial Planners, John Whitehead.
We spoke with Gavin Dearsley, Director at Alan Boswell Risk Management, to try and answer some of the common questions being asked by companies emerging from lockdown as a result of the coronavirus.
Market update for May 2020 by Managing Director of Alan Boswell Financial Planners, John Whitehead.
No sector has been affected more than the hospitality & leisure sector by the impact of Coronavirus. We spoke with Jon Preston, an expert on hospitality insurance, about some of the important issues business owners should be considering.
If there is one thing businesses can learn from the coronavirus crisis it is the importance of having a robust disaster recovery and business continuity plan (BCP) in place. We consider what goes in to a BCP.
The impact of the Coronavirus pandemic on business has been well documented but many sectors, including farming, have been considered essential and seemingly impervious to lockdown measures. We take a closer look at the implications of the virus on UK farms and what changes may be needed in the future.