In April, the Government took the (I think) brave step of providing many UK businesses with a grant to help them survive this COVID-19 year of 2020.
Whilst the FCA Test Case is now complete, it is unlikely that judgement will be available until the middle of next month. That said, not all insurers were directly engaged with the test case and [...]
The legal test case brought by the Financial Conduct Authority against various insurers started yesterday 20th July in the High Court.
We have not yet had any meaningful response from either insurers or loss adjusters on behalf of the insurers. However, that is not to say that things have not been happening in the high echelons [...]
As the spread of COVID-19 gathers pace, there is increasing concern over not just the potential public health impact, but the financial consequences anticipated by businesses within all sectors. [...]
The short answer is 'Yes'! But too many people seem to trip up over this simple question: some purposefully (and we cannot change that) but some through ignorance or apathy.
Your insurer needs to process your data for various reasons that include calculating premiums, offering products tailored to your needs and paying your claims.
The annual Allianz Risk Barometer identifies top corporate perils based on the insight of more than 1,900 risk experts from 80 countries.
On May 25th next year the European Union’s (EU) new data protection framework, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), will become law.
This review is about the draft suite of National Occupational Standards (NOS) for the role of Yoga Teacher. It has been produced for consultation purposes.
Cybercrime is going to affect us all, either directly or through third parties. The average cost of a cyber-attack for companies with under 100 employees is £25,7361.
Companies are increasingly at risk of their data being breached through third-party providers, and upcoming regulations will soon make corporates liable not only for data breaches within their [...]
We have brought together leading experts to discuss cybersecurity risks to coincide with our spring update to the Risk Outlook.
There is a confused approach toward the management of cyber risks with a lack of clear standards, a varied
The following talk was delivered at an open meeting by Nick Elwell to which The British Wheel of yoga and Skills Active were invited but did not attend.
Comment on and response to the question of and recommendations made regarding insurance in the Draft PAS 520:2017 report.
What follows is a cautionary tale from someone who was targeted by Ransomware:
Regularly repeated action Having invested time and money in identifying your ideal customer and delivered your beautifully crafted message,
Nothing happens until someone does something You have a list of prospective customers, you know what you want to say and when you plan to deliver your message.
Make a 12-month marketing plan We all know we need to be marketing our business. We can get carried away with grand ideas that soon die out.
How are you going to get through? With your list of ideal prospective customers and a clear message, the next problem to overcome is how to get
The money is in the list Not everyone is an ideal customer. It is better to talk to one person who is likely to buy
Who do you need to talk to? Contrary to popular opinion, your target market is NOT everyone. Can this really be true?
So, who do you think you are? Before starting any marketing campaigns, you must have a clear identity.
A short while ago the process to introduce a National Occupational Standard (NOS) for the teaching of Yoga
Open letter to STA regarding BGi.uk Insurance for swim teachers and schools
A Guide to Protecting your Business
This document prepared by Jupiter should be read by all business owners.
New figures from the Association of British Insurers (ABI) have revealed that insurers uncovered more than
Good morning. You asked about Cyber insurance. It has taken a while, but we now have a couple of Cyber policies
Open letter from BGi.uk to Skills Active regarding the proposed regulation of ‘Yoga’
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has issued its proposed new rules and guidance for general insurance renewals in the retail market.
We are faced this week with a momentous decision, one that will potentially have repercussions for decades to come.