Timely blogs from our risk and insurance experts on the issues and trends that affect your business – and your bottom line.
Requirements for motorists following the end of the transition period are still unknown, but from 1 January 2021 may require similar arrangements to a "no deal" Brexit.Read more
The increasing use of technology has escalated the construction industry’s vulnerability to malicious activity, with a number of large UK contractors having fallen victim to cyber-attacks just in 2020. Digital threats are seen as so great that some construction companies stipulate that the firms they partner with must have cyber insurance in place, sometimes before they tender for contracts.
Insurers are looking for more assurance around the risk mitigation and risk management provision of the care sector, infection control and agency staff will be in the spotlight.Read more
During the COVID-19 pandemic, healthcare operators need to work with agencies to ensure safety and duty of care to patients, service users, employees as line of liability is blurred.Read more
For those working with prototypical technology such as advanced gas turbines, leaving their insurance to the last minute means having to weather the worst of any price hikes, restrictive wordings, greater exclusions and higher excess.Read more
Discover how events such as Brexit and investor appetite have combined to create the top threat in the Contractor Risk Review 2020.