Blog: SMEs must reinstate pre-pandemic cover levels or risk being underinsured

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Many small businesses are now returning to pre-pandemic activities, but still keeping the reduced levels of cover they had during the Covid-19 lockdown, writes Helen Bryant, director of digital trading at Allianz Commercial, as she warns against the growing threat of underinsurance.

Many SMEs – rightly – decided to reduce their cover during the Covid-19 lockdown, but have failed to reset it since resuming normal work. The trend is very worrying. This exposes them to a great risk

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