Charities & Care

Societal change brings new and enhanced challenges to the charity and care sectors, requiring specialist insurance advice.

Employee Benefits

In today’s competitive employment market a well-designed benefits package is essential to attract, retain and reward high quality talent.  We focus on designing attractive benefit plans which enable your business to offer market leading solutions.

Global Programs

Experience in arranging global programmes, and mature relationships around the world, are an essential of insuring the modern business.

Tech & Innovation

We have developed a flexible ‘full service’ proposition for today’s technology businesses, and commit to continually innovating our solutions for our clients’ evolving needs.


It is important that the insurance a modern business buys represents its challenges in the marketplace, as opposed to a traditional insurance package.


Professional risk is very broad area, sharing one common insurance theme at the heart of all professional service firms (PSFs): Professional Indemnity Insurance. Where traditional manufacturing and goods businesses rely on Product Liability, the service sector relies on Professional Indemnity cover.

Managing premium costs is largely a process of wide market access, the degree of self-insurance through excess levels a business is willing to bear, claims experience and any involvement in more esoteric risk areas. PSFs with a claims history will need help to control premiums.

A key service to seek out is a contract review service, particularly relevant to the Tech, Construction and Outsource Services sectors. Contract management help with Indemnity, Limitation, Warranty and Insurance clauses in supply contracts is a crucial part of risk mitigation and balance sheet protection for any firm.
Paul Dickson

Regardless, whether Accountants, Architects, Lawyers, Engineers, Software Developers, Website Designers, Consulting Firms, Research and Testing, Outsource Service Management, or Insurance Broking, the main insurable risk is PI.