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Learn how greener churches can protect the earth, reduce outgoings and encourage a more sustainable future for their communities.
The insurance valuation of fine art by great artists, whether historical or contemporary, is not a simple assessment. It’s a process that’s sensitive to context, circumstance and history which covers the journey and the story behind each piece.
Unexpected events pose a perpetual threat to your clients’ fine art items or collections - from theft, fire and water damage to accidental mishap and damage in storage, transit or display. That’s why ensuring that your clients have all risks worldwide cover which can be tailored to their individual circumstances is central to providing protection and peace of mind.
We’ve been running our annual Ecclesiastical Broker Wellbeing Survey since 2019 to identify key broker mental health trends.
It’s fantastic to see so many new artists’ work coming to the fore all over the globe, and how the role of buying and selling fine art is evolving to attract new audiences.
An in-depth research report exploring the immediate and emerging risks in education today.
A webinar exploring what makes art ‘fine’ and the skills behind valuation and specialist protection in a changing market
44% of charities report an increase in colleague mental health concerns, our latest sector survey shows.
Managing the practical risks to support the mental health and wellbeing of employees and volunteers
In a sector generally associated with being good for the nation’s health and wellbeing, the coronavirus pandemic has exacerbated staff and volunteer mental health and wellbeing concerns by 65%.
Key concerns and challenges faced as a sector by school leaders are managing the mental health and wellbeing of staff and pupils.
When it comes to running a Scheme, one thing stands out above all else – the importance of the long-term relationship between broker and insurer.