Knowledge Hub

6 Things You Need To Know Now About Directors & Officers Liability Insurance

Posted on Mon March 07, 2016 | By Gregory Rose, Chief Executive Officer

New Legislation brings emerging risk for all Directors & Officers in Barbados. The duties of your company and its Board of Directors have increased under the new legislative environment including the Safety & Health at Work Act 2005, Occupational Pensions Benefits Act Cap. 350B and Employment Rights Legislation...

Why You Need to Address Cyber Risk Now!

Posted on Mon October 13, 2014 | By Gregory Rose, Chief Executive Officer

Today's criminal no longer needs a crowbar when a keyboard suffices and delivers better results. Once your company utilizes a computer network in its operation, collects or stores confidential information, intellectual property, or facilitates electronic payments and transfers, you are exposed to Cyber Risk.

Cool Insurance Apps

Posted on Tue June 24, 2014 | By Gregory Rose, Chief Executive Officer
Marsh Cyber Attacks

Cool and insurance normally are not typically found in the same sentence (like ever!). But our industry is finally waking up to global technological advances. We want to impact the lives of our customers by understanding needs better and growing relationships through social media. We want to help you make better decisions, capture and analyze data through targeted apps. Our industry still lags our peers but the opportunities are limitless at the pace we are going.

Getting prepared for storm season (…you should be!)

Posted on Tue June 24, 2014 | By Gregory Rose, Chief Executive Officer

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s (NOAA) outlook for the 2014 hurricane season calls for eight to 13 named tropical storms in the Atlantic Ocean. Among those, NOAA predicted three to six hurricanes, including one to two major hurricanes with Category 3 winds or higher. In the Eastern Pacific Ocean, NOAA predicts 14 to 20 named storms, which includes seven to 11 hurricanes, of which three to six are expected to become major hurricanes.

Your business is not as resilient to disruption as you think!

Posted on Tue June 24, 2014 | By Gregory Rose, Chief Executive Officer

Your business doesn’t have to suffer physical damage in order to incur significant uninsured contingent business interruption and extra expense losses due to disruptions to your operational chains.

The problem is such contingent interruptions are not typically covered under the standard business interruption policy and upwards of 80% of Barbadian businesses do not have adequate continuity plans to respond in time of homegrown or international crisis. If you fall into this category you need to read on and take our recommended action.