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It is not is but when it will happen to you

Most businesses use "the cloud", either internally for services like payroll processing or an employee benefits portal, or externally for customer relationship management, data storage or payment processing. But how does this impact your Insurable Risk? No doubt, it definitely complicates things. Many companies will improve their security by shifti...

Submitted by Leighton Chenery
Published 14 June 2016

The secret world of the underwriter

Am I a good or bad risk? And how much do Insurers really make? In this edition I will be given you a peek behind the underwriter's desk and an insight into how they go about making their money. I think that it is fair to say that all of us feel a little bit aggrieved paying out premiums, particularly those of us who don't make claims. It is certain...

Submitted by Leighton Chenery
Published 01 April 2016

Are your employees protected while traveling abroad on bu...

by Leighton Chenery Issue 110 - February 2016 Are your employees protected while traveling abroad on business?In a climate of growing global volatility it's no secret that travel risks have increased as we've seen with sad frequency in recent years. When things go wrong in a foreign country they can go very wrong and it can expose employers to majo...

Submitted by Leighton Chenery
Published 16 March 2016

Post Production Companies Protection

by Leighton Chenery Issue 109 - January 2016 The UK Post and VFX industry has some of the most skilled and creative talent in the World attracting work from all over the globe including many of the biggest movies from the US. We all know, however, that problems are not a rarity and whilst nobody might be to blame, you may end up having to make a di...

Submitted by Leighton Chenery
Published 21 January 2016

Drones in the Broadcast Industry

with Leighton Chenery Issue 108 - December 2015 There is little doubt that the emerging technology of Drones within the Broadcast industry is most likely to have insurance implications. As the market continues to expand and organisations enhance their activities through the use of Drones, adequate insurance coverage will be of particular importance...

Submitted by Leighton Chenery
Published 15 December 2015

Keeping pace with your true value

by Leighton Chenery Issue 106 - October 2015 Avoid the pitfalls of underinsuranceWandering around IBC, marvelling at the latest technical advances and innovations and viewing the major strategic themes for the future direction of the Broadcast & Media industry, it would be easy to overlook the importance of adequately insuring new purchases and add...

Submitted by Leighton Chenery
Published 01 November 2015

Insurance in a muddy field

There can be few subjects which provide a wider insight into life than Insurance. Don’t let anyone convince you that it is boring. Over the years I have been involved in covering risks as diverse as insuring a belly dancers belly against injury, whilst dancing at a top London Turkish restaurant, to covering the Polish Chamber Orchestra and the Pope...

Submitted by Dennis Lennie
Published 01 August 2008

Protect your boys toys

In a recent survey it was estimated that there were 70 million mobile phones, in the Uk. More than one phone for every member of the population. This figure is staggering in its self, but then consider the replacement value, which is in excess of £500 billion pounds. Makes your eyes water. We have dipped into our pockets, or swiped our cards, to fi...

Submitted by Dennis Lennie
Published 01 July 2008

An airport more dangerous than Death Valley

As far as Insurance Companies are concerned, Airports can be a greater risk than some of the loneliest places on the planet. Airports in the UK lost a million items of luggage last year, and that was just for the holiday makers. We know of a claim, which cost an Insurance Company over one hundred thousand pounds, when camera equipment being returne...

Submitted by Dennis Lennie
Published 01 June 2008

Cheap insurance deal or no deal?

The media sector views third party liability as the third biggest threat to their business after reputational damage and failure to innovate, according to Aon’s Global Risk Survey. But in today’s claim driven world, are you taking enough notice of what insurance you’re buying to help protect your business?Rebecca Dalgetty, team leader of Aon InFocu...

Submitted by Dennis Lennie
Published 01 March 2008