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As more of us are working from home we are extending our cover to provide you with some extra protection and peace of mind.
From 1 July 2023, Scottish Fire and Rescue Service (SFRS) will no longer attend automatic fire detection (AFD) system callouts to commercial business and workplace premises.
New regulations came into effect on 26 April 2021.
With the United Kingdom battling its toughest cost-of-living crisis for many decades, it’s no surprise that the poor and disadvantaged have been hit the hardest.
Churches up and down the country rely on an army of volunteers who give their time and dedication to look after church buildings and make sure the worship and outreach continue.
Ecclesiastical Financial Advice Services (EFAS) has signed an official partnership agreement with the Church of England Pensions Board.
The challenges COVID-19 has presented to places of worship have been particularly significant. Not being able to provide spiritual support face to face in the local community at a time of national crisis being one of them. Making sure everyone remains safe will be a priority for you. Deciding how to do this in your own particular circumstances will be key.
The new name and brand identity marks an ambitious new chapter for the charitable owned Group and its family of specialist businesses including Ecclesiastical Insurance.
Ecclesiastical Insurance is proud to announce that it has been named a Five Star Carrier by Insurance Business Canada.
Ecclesiastical are partnering with leading researchers at the Health and Safety Executive’s Science and Research Centre to develop practical advice for charities.
Applications for the Community Impact Grant program now being accepted
In recognition of the long-term change in working patterns brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic, we have retained the ‘Employees working from home’ cover enhancement indefinitely at no additional charge and, where not already included, will permanently embed this cover into our customers’ policies in due course.
Ecclesiastical have joined the Association of British Insurers (ABI)'s campaign for a flexible future
Good luck to anyone taking a sabbatical in 2021 and those who have applied for an MBA for 2022. Applications have now closed.
Ensuring we continue to provide you with the services, help and advice that you need.
Further to our announcement in January, and in light of the extended lockdown period, please note we are extending our temporary cover enhancements to expire 31/05/21.
Introducing the hub for education, our new risk knowledge centre: comprehensive, authoritative and accessible.
Two safety regulation changes that come into force in 2021 and 2022.
Ecclesiastical Insurance is delighted to announce that it has been named one of Greater Toronto’s Top Employers, 2021 for the third consecutive year.
See who won our national church photography competition.
Get the low-down on the state of the global art market from our Art & Private Client Underwriting Director and in-house art specialist, Dr James Lindow.