What is sustainable construction? Construction Brokers, Gina Charles and Emma Snelson discuss how to make construction projects more sustainable and how insurers view sustainability.

Construction Insurance Brokers, Emma Snelson and Gina Charles reflect on challenges faced by the construction industry in 2021 and predictions for 2022.

Griffiths & Armour would like to congratulate all staff, students (past and present) and parents at Merchant Taylors’ School in Crosby, on reaching the incredible milestone of 400+1 years at a recent celebratory dinner held at Liverpool FC’s Anfield Stadium.

As a result of a significant increase in claims and heavy losses incurred by the insurers caused by ransomware attacks on their customers in 2021, insurers have significantly raised the bar on the security standards required by businesses to purchase cyber insurance, leaving little time for organisations to catch up.

The Timpson Group Annual Partner & Supplier Awards winners were recently announced and we are incredibly proud that Griffiths & Armour has been awarded Professional Advisor Partner of the Year for 2021.

Alex Wightman from GAWS of London sheds some light on the current state of the D&O market and to get some insight into what might change for 2022.

We are delighted to announce the total funds raised for our chosen charity partner, NSPCC, at the recent Liverpool Sportswomans Lunch is an amazing £11,343!

What does the future look like for insurance in the Care Sector in a post Covid-19 era? Client Services Director David Erksine shares his top 5 tips to help organisations get prepared for 2022.

IBM Security recently announced the results of a global study which found that data breaches had cost surveyed companies over $4m per incident on average – the highest cost recorded in each of the 17-year history the IBM report has been produced.

Find out more about the Construction and Latent Defect insurances secured for Bericote Properties latest project, by the Griffiths & Armour Construction Team.