Ansvar Insurance has won a contract with the Cerebral Palsy Alliance after the organisation’s broker Jardine Lloyd Thompson decided it would best attend to its client’s needs.
The insurer will now provide a comprehensive solution of underwriting, broking, advisory, asset management and risk control for the organisation.
Ansvar declined to comment on the value of the contract and which other insurers were in the running for it but it said the contract was not a fixed one and that they hoped it would be “the start of a long and mutually beneficial partnership”.
Ansvar CEO Andrew Moon spoke of the insurer’s delight at being chosen. “We are delighted to be able to assist Cerebral Palsy Alliance with their highly regarded work supporting families across NSW and the ACT.”
JLT Andrew Weston, general manager global Risk, JLT Insurance Brokers said Ansvar proved to be the best to attend to his client’s needs.
“The complexities of not-for-profit clients can represent a challenge for broader, mainstream insurers, and Ansvar were able to deliver the detailed cover required, ensuring my client received the most effective insurance in the market,” he said.
Rob White, Cerebral Palsy Alliance CEO, said it was “refreshing” for the organisation to be affiliated with an insurer who understands its needs.
“We’re a diverse organisation, offering services to children, teenagers and adults with cerebral palsy, and their families and carers, alongside running education programs and funding research worldwide, so Ansvar’s specialised insurance cover gives us peace of mind. I feel safe in the hands of Ansvar,” he added.