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David Parkinson explains how your high net worth clients can protect themselves by developing a multi-layered approach to security design.
Although we’ve seen a decline in theft (down by 43%) and robbery (down by 47%) between April and June 2020, compared to 2019, we anticipate losses will creep back up as current pandemic restrictions start to ease. So now is the time for your high net worth clients to get prepared and review their security arrangements.
David Parkinson is Ecclesiastical’s Risk Management Technical Services Manager with over 25 years’ loss prevention expertise. In this video, David outlines the current theft and robbery landscape and how to take an integrated approach to security design.
Summary of a multi-layered approach to security design:
We also explore implications of the new digital fibre telephone network, now being rolled out, on the performance of alarm transmission systems. We also touch on cyber crime; virtual assets shouldn’t be overlooked when it comes to a security review.
Watch David’s video to find what your high net worth clients can do to protect themselves so you can advise them on what steps they can take.
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David is responsible for the delivery of risk management technical services. Part of his role gives him responsibility for developing the expertise of the survey team and he's also focused on developing effective risk management tools including guidance material, training seminars and workshops.
David has extensive risk experience, having started survey life with Ecclesiastical as a Risk Control surveyor. He's held a number of positions within the company including Technical Specialist and Property Manager, and has knowledge of highly complex risks and provides technical survey training and support to the business.
David also provides direct risk management support to Cathedral customers including Westminster Abbey and York Minster.
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