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Topic: How prepared are SMEs for the evolving risk landscape?

Author: Rachel Gordon
Contact:
[email protected]
Deadline: 17 January 

In this article Post will speak to brokers, insurers and SME representatives to assess whether how prepared this important sector is in terms of the risks they now face; risks that could have a significant impact on their ability to trade should they not be mitigated or managed properly.

-        How fit-for-purpose are insurance products in meeting the SME demands in areas such as cyber, D&O or covering fines they could be liable for under new legislation?

-        Are insurers scare-mongering over the threats to SMEs counter-productive; and is their ignorance of evolving risks for insurance overblown?

-        What advice insurers and brokers can offer SMEs looking to become more flexible in terms of how their employees work; moving from office arrangements to others whereby equipment and potentially sensitive material is not just held up in one place, but multiple locations

-        How clued up SMEs are on changing legislation?

-        How can SME prevent or better manage potential claims; and the role of insurers and brokers in doing that?

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