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Having the right level of Professional Indemnity Insurance enables you to work confidently in the knowledge that your business is covered. Our simple checklist identifies the key considerations when managing your PII.
As risk gets more complex, directors and officers are held more accountable. Since the financial crisis in 2008, claims against directors and officers have grown more frequent, complex and expensive.
In less than a year, the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will come into force. Despite Brexit, UK organisations that want to conduct business in the EU must also comply with the GDPR. Is your business compliant?
Two-thirds of UK organisations have not provided their employees with cyber security training.
It is often seen as being something vastly different to normal professional indemnity insurance however, there is no great mystique to run-off insurance.
Whether employees are travelling abroad or in the UK on business, employers have a legal responsibility to look after the welfare and safety of their staff.
As an owner or manager, you have a clear obligation and responsibility to provide your employees with a safe working environment.
The importance of good risk management shouldn’t be underestimated. Dealing with a professional indemnity claim can be costly and time consuming and most insurers will require you to be actively involved in the process.