The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has created a new webpage dedicated to sharing as much information as possible about it efforts to obtain a court declaration to resolve the contractual uncertainty around the validity of many business interruption (BI) claims.
Whether you’re planning to return to your premises in the near future or not for several weeks, it’s important to review your business continuity plans for returning to your premises.
The impact of the coronavirus (COVID-19) has been severe, with restrictions having a knock-on effect that can affect FSB members.
In an effort to help members who own unoccupied properties, we have compiled some practical advice to mitigate potential risks.
Many Small Businesses suffer from the effects of late payments and unease around knowing when invoices will be paid- the risk of a creditor going bankrupt can loom over small businesses if they start taking on larger contracts.
There are all sorts of terms used for different liability covers and the definitions can be quite specific. We understand if you aren’t an expert on the difference between public liability and products liability, but we’re here to help!
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