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Bryan Banbury
Contractors Face Supply Chain Exclusion if Not Cyber Secure
Posted on Tuesday 23rd April, 2019 by Bryan Banbury

Complacency towards cyber security not only places contractors’ own systems at risk, but also that of suppliers and partners within their supply chain. Bryan Banbury, our Managing Director, looks at how the lack of a robust cyber security strategy places contractors at risk of being excluded from supply chains. Last…

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Andrew Jenkins
Is AI the Future of Art?
Posted on Wednesday 17th April, 2019 by Andrew Jenkins

Our Operations Director, Andy Jenkins, looks at a recent sale of a painting created by Artificial Intelligence (AI), which is causing a stir in the art world after being auctioned for hundreds of thousands of dollars. The Portrait of Edmond De Belamy by the French art collective, Obvious, was the…

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Andrew Jenkins
Cyber Security Report Reveals Risks for Businesses
Posted on Friday 22nd March, 2019 by Andrew Jenkins

Cybercrime is a constant threat for businesses and can take many forms, from spam emails to compromised business networks and infected mobile phone apps. In the last year, there have been successful cyber-attacks on British Airways, the Marriott Hotel Group and Facebook, to name just a few. Our Operations Director,…

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Andrew Jenkins
Underinsurance and Why it Remains a Problem
Posted on Friday 22nd March, 2019 by Andrew Jenkins

For homeowners or commercial property owners, knowing your property is insured correctly in the event of damage or loss provides great peace of mind. However, there are still a large number of property owners, both commercial and residential, whose properties have not been valued correctly. Our Operations Director, Andy Jenkins,…

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Andrew Jenkins
Green Card Guidance For British Drivers After Brexit
Posted on Friday 15th February, 2019 by Andrew Jenkins

Millions of British drivers have been warned they will need a Green Card when driving in the EU after Brexit. Guidance from the Association of British Insurers (ABI) and Motor Insurance Bureau (MIB) advises that UK drivers should be prepared to have a Green Card when driving in EU countries…

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Andrew Jenkins
Brexit – How Will it Affect Travel Insurance Cover?
Posted on Friday 15th February, 2019 by Andrew Jenkins

The uncertainty around Britain leaving the European Union – which is scheduled just before the Easter break when millions of British people will be taking their holidays – is raising concerns about travel to Europe and what rules will apply. Here, our Operations Director, Andy Jenkins, discusses the impact of Brexit on…

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Andrew Jenkins
GDPR – There’s Still Time to Make Changes Your Business
Posted on Monday 26th November, 2018 by Andrew Jenkins

Six months on from the introduction of General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), our Operations Director Andy Jenkins looks at the impact of the regulations and why it’s not too late to make changes to your business. “General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) came into force in May, running on from…

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Bryan Banbury
Russell Scanlan’s Praise for Fraud Prosecution
Posted on Monday 26th November, 2018 by Bryan Banbury

Our Managing Director, Bryan Banbury, has praised the work of QBE Business Insurance in successfully prosecuting a man for a £700,000 fraudulent employers liability claim. An investigation by QBE’s counter fraud unit revealed evidence that the man was exaggerating the extent of his injuries following a fall from a roof.…

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Mike Dickinson
Do Sub-Contractors Need Their Own Insurance?
Posted on Monday 29th October, 2018 by Mike Dickinson

A recent High Court’s decision that a roofing firm which caused a fire at a high school in London was not protected by a project policy has raised serious questions over the reliance by sub-contractors on these types of insurance policies. Our Sales & Marketing Director, Mike Dickinson, discusses how…

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Bryan Banbury
Salisbury Poisonings Highlight Increasing Need for SMEs to Ensure They Have Right Cover in Place
Posted on Monday 29th October, 2018 by Bryan Banbury

The unprecedented nerve agent attacks in Salisbury earlier this year left many chain and independent shops restricted from the public for months. The impact on the small businesses affected has been crippling, with the Government forced to spend almost £1.4m in order to prevent business closures and safeguard local jobs.…

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