Kerry London Underwriting News

Insurance for Sports and Leisure

Monday 25th November
Insurance for Sports and Leisure

At Kerry London Underwriting, we provide specialist cover for sports and leisure facilities and have been doing so for many years.

Sport is something close to our heart, having relationships with a good number of leading sports institutions such as the Professional Cricketers Association and the Football League Managers’ Association, to name but a couple.

Of course, these are big organisations, but we’re incredibly well placed to look after smaller groups. Our cover can be used by:

  • Sports and Fitness Clubs – Gyms, Sports Clubs, National Governing Bodies, Zoos and Farms, to name but a few.
  • Leisure facilities – B&Bs, Cinemas, Leisure Trusts, Theatres, Theme Parks and a good deal more.
  • Events and Entertainment – Concert Venues, Event Organisers, Exhibition and Conference Centres, and numerous others.

As you would no doubt expect, our cover is wide-ranging. Some of the key elements included are:

  • Property Damage – including all risks, cups and trophies, playing surfaces, sporting kit and equipment, contract price and member’s effects.
  • Business Interruption – including all risks, gross profit, annual revenue, annual turnover and customer’s accounts.
  • Loss of Licence.
  • Fidelity – including loss of money or goods, auditors fees, the rewriting of amendment of software programs and systems.
  • Professional Indemnity – breach in personal duty by a qualified person.
  • Directors’ and Officers’ Liability

We think choosing us is a simple decision, and here’s why: we provide extremely competitive premiums and a promise to provide a same day response on enquiries. And unlike some, there’s no minimum premium, we have an appetite for a variety of risks, and our commission is as flexible as Simone Biles.

Just to be helpful, here’s a link to our proposal form. So, if you have a client with a need for this type of cover have a look at the form and get in touch.

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