Not-for-profit organisations provide essential social services that benefit communities and their members. These organisations cannot survive without a solid board of directors or trustees assigned to elect officers, adopt policies and make major financial decisions for the organisation. Although the members of the board are often volunteers, there is a certain amount of risk […]
Sentio Insurance Brokers is a privately owned independent business that specialises in arranging business and personal insurance solutions for a diverse range of clients. We value our clients and deliver a bespoke, high level of service to them to ensure they are well protected and can have complete peace of mind.
Sentio Insurance Brokers is a privately owned business created by individuals who have worked in senior positons for major international insurance brokers bringing this experience and passion to support their clients. Indeed, our clients are the focal point of everything we do and the reason for our existence, our ‘life and soul’. The Latin word “Sentio” means to hear, perceive, understand or experience which forms the basis of what we do, taking time to listen to our clients, understand their needs and deliver them an integrated approach to the management of risk and bespoke insurance programmes specific to their needs – ‘Delivering Protection, Supporting Growth’.
We work very closely with our clients to help them understand their risks and implement solutions including insurance to mitigate them or eliminate those risks all together.
By profiling the risks identified we can better understand the level of exposure they present and the best way of managing those risks. We have bespoke risk profiling tools and risk specialists who can support clients and can gain funding from insurers where appropriate.
We have a wide range of solutions including Risk Profiling, Property Loss Control, Business Resilience & Continuity, Health Safety and Environment. We can also assist in implementing recognised quality control standards and Risk Management programmes.
On 25 May 2018, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) comes into effect in the EU and across the United Kingdom. Even though it may seem like the GDPR would not directly impact the construction industry—it will. Unfortunately, 70 per cent of construction firms are unaware of the new data protection rules being introduced by […]
As a manufacturer, how do you quantify your true cost of risk? For example, if you are faced with a recall, how do you calculate your loss of reputation or market share? It is difficult, at best, to quantify this scenario. In contrast, other components of your cost of risk are easily identified, such as […]