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Welcome... To the spring edition of the Partners& magazine!

The new financial year is a great time to reassess, reset and recharge for the future. A key driver for any successful business is making sure you have the right advice in place to navigate the uncertainties that lie ahead.

The theme of this issues is “Addressing the now, protecting tomorrow”. As we continue to contend with the impact of inflation, we’re working with our clients to help them understand and manage the 21st century risks they face – from management liability and cyber attacks to the real and present complexities around employees.

As a people-focused business, we also wanted to share a few items about what’s been going on a Partners& - from celebrating our third anniversary and what we did to mark International Women’s Day to the launch of our national Science and Technology practice.

As always, I hope the articles in this issue provide food for thought and additional insight and advice that you find useful.

Phil Barton, CEO Partners&

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Addressing the now and protecting tomorrow

What is management liability insurance and who should have it? 

Cyber risks and the responsibilities of directors and officers 

In 2020, approximately 9 million Easy Jet customers had their personal data unlawfully accessed by third parties in a sophisticated cyber-attack.  Consequently, law firm PGMBM issued a claim in the London High Court seeking damages of up to  £18 billion on behalf of impacted customers. 

As a director of a limited company are you financially liable for the decisions you make? 

We’re listening to your feedback  

Inflation and the increasing risk of your commercial property being underinsured

Cybercrime is on the rise with inflation  

I hate to tell you this, but hackers pay bills too.

Happy anniversary to us!

ESG and the growing green exposure for directors 

Are business plans worth the effort?

How your insurance and business continuity plan should work together

This is where business interruption insurance and business continuity planning start working together and where the sum of the whole is greater than the sum of the parts. 

How to bring a BEAT into your business 

Business interruption insurance – is your cover enough to keep you in business?

Do your employees have a second job? Have you assessed your increased risk exposure?

Embracing Equity

Introducing our national science and tech practice

Partners& thrilled to be recognised at the British Insurance Awards

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Preparing for our first annual charity challenge

Preventing cyber-attacks on remote employees

Taking the Opportunities

Do you know the true value of your jewellery?

4 top tips for avoiding underinsurance

Private Client
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Do you understand the insurance value of your home?

Partners& Magazine Spring 2023


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