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The Ecclesiastical Heritage Index (EHI) is the first of its kind and is exclusive to Ecclesiastical customers. It tracks the cost of materials and labour associated specifically with buildings of a traditional construction reducing the risk of underinsurance.
We understand that for MGA’s capacity is the number one key pillar and without it there is no business. However, once that capacity has been secured and peace of mind exists, what else should a MGA be demanding from its capacity provider?
We’ve a well-deserved reputation as a leading insurer in the church, charity, education, heritage, faith, high-net-worth and property sectors. What's less well-known is our substantial involvement in specialist schemes.
Our updated product available from 12 September 2022, provides a variety of covers designed to help your clients protect what’s most important – their family, lifestyle and property.
The rise and rise of the post-war and contemporary art market over the past fifteen years - an assessment - by Anthony McNerney, Director of Contemporary Art at Gurr Johns.
Accidents can happen at any time, so it’s a good idea to ensure you have the right cover to suit your needs.
What makes a given scheme the envy of the market? It’s a big question. But first, some important context.
Solving complaints and being responsive to the specific needs of your membership underpin good service. Why? Because the true measure of good service is how you deal with the challenges.
We all know the importance of product relevance and knowing your customer. As with all good products, making sure it’s right for your audience is the single most important thing you can do. Fundamentally this comes down to understanding what it is that a given cohort of schemes customers need.
Partnerships between insurers and brokers built on mutual passion, expertise and the same values remain the key to the successful growth and development of any scheme.
Building your book of schemes clients undoubtedly is different to how you might prospect and pipeline your open market targets.
In our recent broker survey, 45% of brokers who are already placing schemes or thinking of doing so consider it to be a growth area*. But how do you pitch a scheme idea to an insurer? What is it that your potential partners need to know? Here are 5 quick considerations for that first meeting with an insurer.