Retail & Leisure

 

Retail and leisure companies are often best suited to packaged policies which will cover the wide range of insurance exposures. These can include  shops, restaurants, hotels, pubs and office insurance, liabilities cover, business interruption and commercial legal expenses among others.

This is often the most cost effective solution and also allows you to place all of your insurances through one market, cutting down on administrative burden and the need to scour the market for a range of individual policies.

At Churchill, we have a whole team dedicated to retail and leisure who  enjoy the use of a number of facilities with several of the top 10 market leading Insurers who will insure both your premises and online offerings.

We place specialist cover for hotels , public houses, nightclubs and chains of restaurants together with any high street store. We also have  a unique capability to place liability insurances for e-cigaratte retailers and stock facilities.

Marc Cooper

020 8511 1091

Marc Cooper

Account Executive

020 8511 1091

marc@churchillins.co.uk

Marc has worked in insurance broking for over 20 years, having gained a BSc(Hons) degree in Architectural Engineering. He joined Churchill as a Senior Account Handler in April 2007 bringing with him valuable experience and some excellent contacts, enabling Churchill to secure some key clients and unique markets for placing business. The attention and care Marc gives to his work ensures our clients receive the personal and quality service expected.

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