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Arthur J Gallagher launches crisis resilience solution

Arthur J Gallagher launches crisis resilience solution

Arthur J Gallagher launches crisis resilience solution Global insurance brokerage and risk management firm Arthur J Gallagher has launched a new solution that responds to the changing and wide-ranging security crises that businesses face today.
 
The product called Crisis Resilience Solution will minimise serious disruption, financial loss or adverse publicity while enabling businesses to meet their legal duty of care to employees and members of the public exposed by such incidents.
 
The solution, which is offered to all businesses regardless of company size, includes a 24/7 response consultancy, £5,000 emergency funds and an online portal to key business information, among other features.
 
“Any organisation could find itself impacted by any number of man-made threats at any time, such as being a target for cyber extortion, product tampering or blackmail or being inadvertently caught up in a terrorist incident,” said Paul Bassett, AJG managing director of crisis management.
 
“You don’t have to be a large, London-based business to be hit by a crisis and your legal obligation to safeguard those in your care, using your service or exposed to your activities remains the same whatever your size or geographic location,” he added.
 
Bassett leads a newly integrated crisis management capability within AJG, which has created a London-based practice that will develop UK-focused solutions incorporating both risk management and broking services.
 
The solutions will be tailored to meet the needs of different types and sizes of organisations – from complex and large multi-national clients to small and medium enterprises in the UK.

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