The UK’s departure from the EU has been a lengthy and complex journey, with far-reaching social, economic and political implications. In this supplement we examine the impact of Brexit on businesses, plus what this means for the insurance industry, both now and in the future.
The guide includes:
Brexit and the changing face of business
UK workforce considerations
Surviving and thriving - SMEs in a post-Brexit world
How many of us would admit to occasionally being distracted behind the wheel? Perhaps whilst singing along to a favourite song, ‘rubber-necking’ whilst passing a road accident or taking in the scenery. But arguably one of the biggest potential distractions for a driver is their mobile phone.
More SMEs insufficiently insured or not covered at all
A survey of sole traders and SME decision makers commissioned by Allianz Commercial has found that a growing proportion of small businesses do not have any insurance while those that do often fail to review their cover needs when their circumstances change.
Price increases and inflation are inextricably linked to indexation, which is used by the insurance industry to help customers avoid the risk of underinsurance. We look at the factors influencing indexation and the importance for customers of making certain that they're adequately insured
Supporting customers with eco-construction: an insurance view
An increasing priority for many industries is being able to demonstrate the steps they’re taking to become more sustainable and reduce their carbon footprint. The construction industry is no exception.
An alternative to fossil fuels is an emerging technology referred to as 'Battery Energy Storage Systems' or 'BESS' for short. But are these devices really a 'silver bullet' or a hazard waiting to happen?
The Allianz Risk Barometer is an annual report identifying the top corporate risks for the next 12 months and beyond, based on the insight of more than 2,650 risk management experts from 89 countries and territories.
The pandemic has tested business to the extreme, with some sectors more impacted than others. Glen Clarke, Head of Strategy & Propositions examines the challenges and the continued role of the insurance industry in supporting customers.
Rethinking supply chain models in the aftermath of Covid-19
Supply chain issues continue to make the headlines with both Brexit and the Covid-19 pandemic being cited as key contributing factors. Our article examines potential consequences associated with supply chain disruption, and how companies can best protect themselves by rethinking their supply chain models.