BIBA extends professional indemnity tie-up with Griffiths & Armour

Exclusive scheme set up more than 10 years ago

BIBA extends professional indemnity tie-up with Griffiths & Armour

Professional Risks

By Terry Gangcuangco

The British Insurance Brokers’ Association (BIBA) has extended its professional indemnity (PI) accredited broker agreement with Griffiths & Armour for another three years.

Griffiths & Armour, which has been a BIBA accredited provider since 2013, boasts over nine decades of experience in delivering coverage to various professions.

Matt MacLaren (pictured), professional risks director at Griffiths & Armour, expressed his enthusiasm about the renewal, noting: “We are delighted to continue to offer support and cover to BIBA members as an accredited PI provider. Our exclusive BIBA PI scheme was founded more than 10 years ago based on core principles of market-leading cover alongside a secure long-term approach.

“That consistent quality-based approach has enabled us to guide firms safely through the various challenges which brokers have faced over that time, particularly through the recent hard market and pandemic.”

MacLaren went on to highlight the company’s strengths, including its claims capabilities, adding: “With our dedicated in-house broker PI claims support team and an unrivalled risk management proposition, we look forward to continuing to provide members with a trusted expert PI service proposition for many years to come.”

Mike Hallam, head of technical services at BIBA, had this to say about the ongoing partnership: “Griffiths & Armour provides BIBA members with consistent, excellent advice on all matters concerning their PI insurance. Securing their support once again ensures that members continue to benefit from this advice, as well as access to excellent market capacity.”

BIBA offers a range of member benefits, including an initiative that assists with PI-related risk and claims management. Members can access detailed information and reach out to BIBA accredited PI brokers through an online hub.

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