CII - Does my BI policy cover Covid-19

Presented by

Alan Chandler

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Alan Chandler will be taking a plain English walk through business interruption wordings to examine which policies do actually cover Bi losses relating to Covid-19. By applying his six rule technique Alan will look to establish which policies will respond to claims. It is essential that brokers, underwriters and claims staff alike have a full understanding of what the correct commercial insurance position is on the virus that is disrupting all our lives. It is not just policyholders who are asking this question, we all know friends and family who run small businesses and they will be asking anyone who works in insurance what the position is and why. This presentation will give you the answers. Alan will explore briefly the background of Business interruption cover in the UK and focus specifically on the BI extensions that may or may not cover Covid-19. It will be done in Alan's plain English style so that you can go away and feel confident in talking about how BI cover responds to the biggest issue of the day. Learning Objectives By the end of the session, participants will be able to: •Understand the background to disease cover under Commercial Business Interruption policies •Understand the various BI extensions that may or may not relate to Covid-19 •Explain to policyholders whether their policy does or does not cover BI losses relating to Covid-19
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