PROFESSIONAL INDEMNITY INSURANCE
Griffiths & Armour: the right broker for your business
The importance of Professional Indemnity (PI) Insurance to members, their work and the added value in having a strong relationship with a broker who can advise on risk related issues on a day-to-day basis, cannot be underestimated.
ACE has worked with Griffiths & Armour for over 75 years and is our exclusive and trusted PI Insurance partner.
WORKING IN PARTNERSHIP
With extensive experience working in partnership ACE members and leading firms internationally, Griffiths & Armour's experienced team of brokers have a truly unique understanding of the risks you, your clients and potentially members of the public could face.
Working closely with Griffiths & Armour, we have developed a range of PI Insurance materials to help you navigate the current PI Insurance storm, including videos, member-only guidance, articles and commentary.
Once logged-in, members can download our PI Insurance guidance:
G&A - Preparing for PI Insurance renewal (2021)
G&A - PI Insurance guidance (2020)
Watch now: Exploring the issues in PI insurance market
ACE affiliate Griffiths & Armour on why the construction market is particularly exposed.
PI restrictions harming sector
Issues with insurance preventing companies taking on projects. Download new guidance.
Tracking the Impact of the PI Insurance Crisis
Construction Leadership Council (CLC) wants to hear your views as part of industry 'mega-poll'.
Working together to navigate the 'PI Insurance Storm'
ACE and Griffiths & Armour announce strategic partnership.
New member-only PII guidance released
ACE affiliate Griffiths & Armour produces expert briefing.
Tackling the rising cost of PI insurance
ACE will work with other organisations to tackle this challenge head-on.
ACE acts only as an introducer, will not be able to advise on the terms or suitability of any insurance product. ACE accepts no contractual or professional responsibility in respect of any terms agreed or advice given by our partners. ACE will not be a party to member agreements with brokers or insurers.