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The importance of early claims notification

In one scenario, the cost of crashing into a stationary vehicle costs £5000. In another, it’s £20,000. What’s the difference?

Romford under the spotlight with Insurance Age regional review

Established, well connected and specialist – these were recurring themes in a feature article and video which focused on the strengths, challenges and economy in Romford, specifically in regards to insurance broking.

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Prepare for Insurance Premium Tax changes from June 2017 In the UK Government’s 2017 Autumn Statement, it was announced that the standard rate of Insurance Premium Tax (IPT) would increase from 10% to 12%.
C&M’s Sunil Shah Discusses The Future Of Directors’ & Officers’ Insurance Sunil Shah, Managing Director of C&M Insurance, joined other industry experts at a roundtable event with Allianz to discuss the growing area of Directors’ & Officers’ insurance.
Are your contents covered for what they're worth? Did you know that if your home or contents is underinsured, and you need to make a claim, your insurer could refuse to make a payment and you might find yourself making up the difference? Could you afford to repair damage or replace your highest valued items yourself?
Winter hazards: preparing your business for wintry weather As winter approaches, so does the prospect of severe storms, snow and all the business disruption associated with adverse weather events. Prepare your business for storms, floods, snow and more with this useful winter advice.
Broker Network Conference 2016 From panels and presentations to inspirational speakers, find out what went on when C&M Insurance visited the 2016 National Conference in London.
Are you underinsured? If you have never used a professional valuation service, or your insurance has not been reviewed in a long time, then there is a good chance that you are underinsured. The good news is that the insurance experts at C&M are here to help, by offering you a free insurance review of any business protection you currently have in place.