Ecclesiastical joins forces with counter-terrorism specialist

Ecclesiastical has joined forces with specialist risk management provider, Key Risk, to provide brokers with counter-terrorism advice.

Jo Whyman, risk management director at Ecclesiastical explained: “We know that our customers face a wide range of challenges, and with the risk landscape always changing it is important that we stay ahead of the curve to help them manage that risk.

“This new partnership with Key Risk Ltd will provide our policyholders with top quality advice and support – helping them to meet their duty of care and compliance requirements, reducing the risk to people, properties and their business operations.”

Alex Jones, relationship manager for Key Risk said: “We are delighted to be supporting Ecclesiastical customers through our high quality, customer led, risk solutions.

“As well as reducing the negative consequences of disruptive events, we focus on exploring value opportunities that can be generated from effective risk management. We appreciate Ecclesiastical are a proactive risk carrier who are continually horizon scanning to identify emerging risks.”

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