CFC, the specialist insurance provider, pioneer in emerging risk and market leader in cyber, has partnered with Farillio to launch a digital platform for its professional liability and management liability policyholders in the UK.
Designed for small business owners, the platform delivers practical tools and expert resources to help customers grow and scale their businesses – from employment templates and legal guidance to sales and marketing workflows, fundraising and business planning tools, even expert data security guidance.
By delivering these resources in a single, easily-accessible digital platform – for free –CFC’s small business customers can reduce the amount of time, energy and money spent sourcing outside support for critical business activities and focus their time on managing and growing their businesses.
“SME business owners have to navigate their way through an endless number of challenges – the threat of cyber attacks, protecting their IP, regulation and compliance requirements, managing their people to name a few. They’re spinning many plates just to stay on top of the day-to-day management of their business, let alone grow it successfully,” says Andrew Walker, UK Professions Team Leader at CFC. “Our new digital platform, powered by Farillio, further expands the comprehensive service we’re delivering to our professional and management liability customers.”
Policyholders can customise their access to the tools and information relevant to their own industry sector and business needs, whether they are trying to achieve a specific goal or solve a particular business issue. In addition, users can also choose to speak to legal and other experts directly for a heavily discounted fixed fee.
“We work with tens of thousands of SMEs in the UK across a variety of industries, so it is important to us that we not only help our customers manage their risk but also build and sustain healthy, thriving businesses. This new platform does just that,” adds Walker.
CFC’s professional and management liability products take all kinds of risks into account, with dedicated underwriters working across specific regions including the UK, North America and Australia.
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