The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) have been seeking guidance through a Test Case in the interpretation of certain policy wordings on Business Interruption and the impact of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
The impact of the coronavirus (COVID-19) has been severe, with restrictions having a knock-on effect that can affect FSB members.
We have been asking FSB members to participate in a survey on how businesses have been affected by the lockdown. The survey was intended to determine how a dual effort between the Government and Insurance industry can build a cashflow protection product to help businesses in the event of a future government lockdown.
FSB Insurance Service policyholder, Simon Cruickshank, was faced with flood damage to his business, Trouper’s Bar in Stonehaven, requiring a significant clean up and use of dehumidifiers just four weeks after reopening post-lockdown.
Many businesses operate either by working on-site, or by visiting peoples’ homes, and this requires vastly different considerations compared with working from your own premises.
Whenever you return to your premises, it’s important to review your business continuity plans for returning to your premises.
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