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Different approach from your Insurance Broker - Griffiths & Armour

We focus on the various methods available when reviewing our clients' insurance and risk management programmes, namely:

  • The Conceptual Review - a review without approaching insurers
  • Costed or Open Market Review - a review where insurers are approached by all reporting brokers
  • Nominated Market Exercise - where specific markets are allocated to competing brokers

Irrespective of which review method is selected our clients have found conducting a review has achieved many of the following benefits:

  • Improved cover at similar or reduced cost
  • Cover in unusual or difficult situations
  • Confidence that there are no gaps in cover
  • No "quick wins", but long term savings
  • Technical expertise
  • A complete, prompt service
  • Ability to handle health and safety and other regulations
  • Imaginative thinking leading to new solutions
  • An open relationship - a partner rather than just a supplier
  • Access to first class insurers to share the risk

We have produced a free guide on how to carry out insurance reviews and what you should expect to gain from the review process.

For further information please contact us on:

Telephone: 0151 236 5656

Email: info@griffithsandarmour.com

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