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Cyber Liability

Cyber insurance is a form of cover designed to protect your business from threats in the digital age, such as data breaches or malicious cyber hacks on work computer systems.

A business is responsible for its own cyber security, but in the event of a cyber attack, having the right insurance will mean you aren’t alone. Cyber cover can provide crucial support to help your business stay afloat.

Directors & Officers (D & O)

Directors’ and Officers’ insurance could protect your position as a director, partner or officer of a company. In such an important role, you’ll have extra responsibilities to your employees, the public, investors and regulators. If a claim is brought against you, you could face disqualification proceedings, prosecution and your personal assets might be put at risk.

Directors’ and Officers’ insurance also known as management liability insurance, can cover the potential costs of these risks.

Professional Indemnity (PI)

Professional Indemnity (PI) insurance can offer protection for your business if a client claims you’ve made a mistake, been negligent or offered poor advice.

No matter your industry, clients expect the best and you always work hard to provide exemplary service. PI insurance is on hand to keep your business’ wheels in motion when things don’t go to plan.

Commercial Crime

Commercial Crime Insurance provides protection from financial losses related to business-related crime, including fraud, theft, forgery, dishonesty of employee and electronic crime.

Medical Malpractice (MedMal)

As someone who provides professional treatment to patients, you give your absolute best every day. But you’re making decisions about other people’s health, so you’re vulnerable to claims of malpractice and legal action around medical indemnity – insurance is absolutely critical. You can’t do your job properly without knowing you’re covered if things go wrong. That’s why business insurance is so important, to protect you, your business, your clients and the public.

Single Project Professional Indemnity (SPPI)

If you are a Professional/Service Provider, your Annual PI might not have the appropriate Limit and does not cover large projects, for which work is done through consortium or Joint Venture.

If you are a Project Owner, the SPPI coverage is an insurance solution arranged around the lifecycle and needs of a specific construction project covering all service providers involved.

Film Producers Indemnity (FPI)

Whether you are a self-employed videographer or head up a production company, filming is hands-on and there are many moving pieces. Even the most vigilant and organised TV professionals can face incidents.

Film insurance is designed to provide reassurance when operating on bustling sets. If you work in TV and commercial film production, insurance can help protect your finances if things don’t go to plan – for instance, if a member of your crew suffers an accident.

Kidnap & Ransom (K & R)

Today companies and employees face many dangers, including kidnap and extortionists making violent demands for money. So it’s good to know that kidnap, ransom and extortion insurance gives your company and colleagues maximum financial and security protection. Cover includes access to security consultants to help minimise risks to your team.