United Kingdom / Motor / 20 September 2021

Whiteley, United Kingdom – September 20, 2022 -The Automotive 30% Club, founded in 2016, is a voluntary network of Managing Directors and Chief Executive Officers from UK based automotive manufacturers, retailers, and suppliers. The network was founded by Julia Muir, CEO of Gaia Innovation Ltd, with the purpose of achieving a better gender balance within the automotive industry, and with the aim of filling at least 30% of key leadership positions in the member organisations with diverse women by 2030 through a “30 by 30” strategy. The membership is growing at a considerable pace which is great, with more and more automotive leaders joining.

John Watson, Managing Director of UK Insurance Claims at Innovation Group says,

“I am delighted to have become a member of the Automotive 30% club. Gender balance is a subject that’s close to my heart and working with Julia and the team on the “30 by 30” strategy to create opportunities for women across our business fits perfectly with our aspirations for a truly diverse and inclusive workspace. 50% of our current Senior Leadership Team are female, supporting a gender diverse workforce from the top and a dual approach to driving change. Our strategy leader will be Kate Goodwin, Network and Engineering Director here at Innovation Group, who has a 25-year career within our industry and is ideally placed to help us achieve our ambitions in this critical area.”

Julia Muir, CEO of Gaia Innovation says,

“I’m very pleased to welcome John Watson, MD of Innovation Group to the Automotive 30% Club. Innovation Group is a global leading insurtech business, providing solutions for the automotive sector such as warranty and service plans, and fleet accident claim management services. I shall look forward to assisting John and his progressive team with their 30 by 30 strategy and including them in our Club activities.”

Michael Gaughan, Head of Strategic Growth – Risk Solutions, Gamma Location Intelligence

Manchester, 17th September 2021 – Gamma Location Intelligence, the cloud-hosted location intelligence systems and services company, today announces the appointment of Michael Gaughan as its Head of Strategic Growth – Risk Solutions. 

Michael will be responsible for leading the international expansion of Gamma Location Intelligence’s insurance offering. In particular, he will be overseeing the vertical growth strategy for Perilfinder™ – the company’s leading risk assessment, exposure management and reporting solution – across the insurance, MGA and mortgage lending industries in the UK.

Having spent 35 years in a variety of roles spanning underwriting, marketing, business development, corporate strategy and general management, Michael is perfectly suited to the demands of the role. In addition, his international experience in the insurance sector in the UK, Ireland and the US will be invaluable. 

In addition to his role at Gamma Location Intelligence, Michael is a Director at Insurecore Ltd and Chair of the Board of Trustees at Headway Sussex.

Speaking about the latest addition to the Gamma Location Intelligence team, CEO Feargal O’Neill said: “With an impressive background in the insurance sector, Michael has a comprehensive understanding of the complex issues and challenges facing insurers, brokers, MGAs and service providers. 

“He also has a proven track record in accelerating the transformation and growth of businesses within the insurance sector; as such, he is exactly the person we need to grow our insurance offering in the UK market and continue our international expansion.”

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About Gamma Location Intelligence (Gamma LI)

Gamma Location Intelligence (Gamma LI) is a cloud hosted spatial solutions provider that integrates software, data and services to help our clients reduce risk through location intelligence. Established in Dublin, Ireland in 1993, and with offices in Manchester, UK and Bilbao, Spain, the company has expanded to become a global provider of innovative, cloud-native location intelligence systems and services. Gamma LI’s Perilfinder™ risk mapping platform provides property underwriters with access to trusted property-level risk data easily, quickly and accurately. For more information, visit https://gammali.co.uk

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Markerstudy is already welcoming new agencies, following its agreement to partner with A M Best A- rated Accredited Insurance on its bespoke fleet products. 

Dave Rich, Head of Fleet at Markerstudy since March 2021, and formerly Head of Underwriting for ten years at LV=, comments: “We’re committed to the London market wholesale channel and hugely passionate about helping brokers place bespoke fleet business. With A- rated capacity from Accredited, the door is now open and I’m looking forward to reinstating old relationships, and writing business with new wholesale broker partners”.

With a specialist bespoke fleet underwriting team headed up by Dave Smallman, and Helen Greenfield at the helm of the fleet operations team, Markerstudy will be broadening their product and service offering, with a wide acceptance appetite and particular interest in private car fleets.

“We’re delighted to further strengthen our partnership with Accredited”, says Gary Humphreys, Chief Underwriting Officer at Markerstudy Group. “The wholesale fleet market has huge potential for us, and it’s personally rewarding to renew our historical ties with the Lloyd’s market”.

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About Markerstudy

Markerstudy Group of Companies is headquartered in Kent and with over 3,500 employees. Established in 2001, it celebrates its 20th Anniversary this year, and holds the Investors in People Gold award.

As the UK’s largest MGA, Markerstudy Insurance Services Limited supports more than 1,000 broker partners and around three million policyholders with a wide variety of insurance products.  

In 2020, the group became the UK’s 5th largest motor insurance provider after completing the purchase of Co-op Insurance’s underwriting business; commencing a 13-year partnership to provide home and motor insurance products under the Co-op brand.

The group’s portfolio also includes Brightside Insurance (acquired April 2021), and Insurance Factory – one of the UK’s largest affinity based insurance intermediaries for pet insurance; along with Auto Windscreens, VisionTrack, Vision Vehicle Solutions; and brands Geoffrey Insurance and Zenith Insurance.

www.markerstudygroup.com

Dr William James has been appointed Head of Technical Underwriting at Markerstudy, reporting to Gary Humphreys, Group Chief Underwriting Officer.

William joins Markerstudy from Willis Towers Watson, where he was most recently responsible for analytics development and innovation of their non-life insurance software suite, integrating machine learning and AI methods into their products. He also led the non-life insurance pricing consulting practice for Willis Towers Watson in France for four years. Prior to this, he worked at AXA Group in Paris, as a risk manager in catastrophe risk and reinsurance. 

William began his career in Australia. After teaching statistics at the University of Melbourne during his Ph.D., he joined Optimal Decisions Group, now part of LexisNexis, where he specialised in behavioural modelling for insurance and led the development of their price optimisation engine.

William is an Associate of the Institute of Actuaries Australia, holds a Ph.D. in mathematical physics and degrees in science, actuarial studies, and French.

Gary Humphreys said: “Will brings with him 20 years’ experience across insurance, IT and predictive modelling, and his unique strengths will complement our 3-pronged strategy of innovation, technical excellence, and competitiveness within the underwriting and pricing functions.”

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About Markerstudy

Markerstudy Group of Companies is headquartered in Kent and with over 3,500 employees. Established in 2001, it celebrates its 20th Anniversary this year, and holds the Investors in People Gold award.

As the UK’s largest MGA, Markerstudy Insurance Services Limited supports more than 1,000 broker partners and around three million policyholders with a wide variety of insurance products.  

In 2020, the group became the UK’s 5th largest motor insurance provider after completing the purchase of Co-op Insurance’s underwriting business; commencing a 13-year partnership to provide home and motor insurance products under the Co-op brand.

The group’s portfolio also includes Brightside Insurance (acquired April 2021), and Insurance Factory – one of the UK’s largest affinity based insurance intermediaries for pet insurance; along with Auto Windscreens, VisionTrack, Vision Vehicle Solutions; and brands Geoffrey Insurance and Zenith Insurance.

www.markerstudygroup.com

Markerstudy Group announce the appointment of Neil Utley and Matthew Donaldson as Non Executive Directors.

The Group has enjoyed significant activity and growth during the first half of 2021, following investment from Pollen Street Capital and Qatar Insurance Company, and the purchase of Brightside Insurance. Benny Higgins joined as Group Chairman, and the retail and affinity division restructured and adopted the new name Markerstudy Broking, to reflect its identity and the services it delivers.

Neil Utley’s career in financial services spans more than 30 years; with ten years in the banking sector, followed by 20 years in insurance. Notably, Neil has held Chief Executive roles with Privilege Insurance Company, and Cox Insurance Group (renamed Equity Insurance Group) and was a member of the Insurance Australia Group (IAG) Executive Committee. More recently, as Chairman of Hastings Insurance Group, Neil led the MBO from IAG, undertook an IPO and subsequent listing on the UK Stock Exchange.  He is the founder of The Utley Foundation, a charity underpinned by a passion for music, which primarily supports children and armed forces veterans, and focuses on music for people with dementia and their carers.

Matthew Donaldson also has extensive experience in the financial services and insurance sector, most recently as Group CEO of BGL Group where he joined as National Sales and Operations Director in 2001, and held pivotal senior roles, including Director of E-Commerce, Managing Director, and Group COO. He led the development of BGL’s digital strategy resulting in the creation of comparethemarket.com. More recently, Matthew has held NED appointments for Cambridge Building Society, and Oplo, and is currently Chairman of Livingbridge PE backed Three Rock Group (Ireland).

Speaking of these high calibre appointments, Kevin Spencer, Group Chief Executive of Markerstudy, said: “We warmly welcome Neil and Matthew to the team. They’ve both enjoyed illustrious careers in the insurance industry and I am delighted they’ve chosen to join us at this exciting time to share their breadth of experience and knowledge.”

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About Markerstudy

Markerstudy Group of Companies, headquartered in Kent, was established in 2001. Celebrating its 20th anniversary in 2021, the group has more than 3,500 employees and holds an Investors in People Gold award.

As the UK’s largest MGA, Markerstudy Insurance Services Limited supports over 1,000 broker partners and in excess of 3m policyholders with a wide variety of insurance services.    

In 2020, the group became the UK’s 5th largest motor insurance provider following the acquisition of Co-op Insurance’s underwriting business and commenced a 13-year partnership to provide home and motor insurance products under the Co-op brand.

The Group’s portfolio includes the Markerstudy Broking division, which comprises a number of brands including Brightside Insurance and Insurance Factory – one of the UK’s largest affinity based insurance intermediaries for pet insurance.

Also under the group umbrella are Auto Windscreens, VisionTrack and Vision Vehicle Solutions and brands Geoffrey Insurance and Zenith Insurance.

www.markerstudygroup.com

LONDON, UK – 08 September 2021 – Davies, the leading specialist professional services and technology business, serving the insurance and highly regulated markets, today announced the acquisition of Asta subject to regulatory approval. Asta is the market leading third party managing agent at Lloyd’s providing a range of solutions to Lloyd’s and non-Lloyd’s businesses across the insurance life cycle.

Based in London, UK, Asta is a key contributor to market innovations ranging from formalisation of the syndicate start-up process to the development of the Lloyd’s Syndicate-in-a-box (“SIAB”) framework. The deal adds significant strength and reach to Davies’ global insurance services practice, widening the firm’s ability to offer end-to-end insurance management solutions to intermediaries, captives, syndicates, insurers, reinsurers and InsurTech businesses.

As part of the deal Asta CEO Julian Tighe and Asta Chief Underwriting Officer, Simon Norton, will retain their current responsibilities and additionally assist in growing Davies insurance services practice. Both Julian and Simon will join Davies’ Global Executive Leadership Team. The Asta executive team will invest in Davies, becoming shareholders as the firm embarks on its next phase of investment in digital transformation, innovation, and growth.

In recent years Davies has diversified and deepened its global insurance services capability to provide: audit, subrogation management and insurance focused actuarial consulting for its 1,000+ insurance and highly regulated clients, alongside its existing insurance management solutions for captives, MGAs and brokers.

More widely, Davies has increased its annual investment in innovation and digital transformation more than four-fold, including in its CQ claims processing platform, legal AI and automation, its video and drone claims handling solutions, as well as investing in intelligent automation, speech analytics and virtual reality training solutions.

In March 2021 Davies announced that BC Partners has signed a definitive deal to take a majority stake in the business, to support Davies next phase of international expansion and continued digital transformation. The BC deal closed early in August, following receipt of regulatory approvals.

Globally Davies’ 5,000 colleagues operate across Bermuda, Canada, Ireland, the UK and US. The business delivers professional services and technology solutions across the risk and insurance value chain, including excellence in claims, underwriting, distribution, regulation, customer experience, human capital, digital transformation & change management.

Dan Saulter, Group CEO, Davies commented: “I am delighted to welcome Julian, Simon and the wider Asta team to Davies. The business is a fantastic fit for us, bringing a wealth of underwriting management experience across the Lloyd’s market, as well as widening our insurance services offering for our insurance and highly regulated clients globally.”

Saulter added: “To compete and win in an increasingly integrated global insurance market, it is essential that we can offer our clients valuable solutions right across the insurance, claims and risk value chain. The addition of Asta to our growing Davies platform provides an exciting opportunity for us to take a new message to our clients, and to provide new opportunities for our teams across the world.”

Julian Tighe, CEO, Asta added: “We are extremely pleased that the Asta team will be joining Davies. Davies’ story of growth, investment in people and technology is one that resonated with the team at Asta. Similarly, the culture at both Davies and Asta focuses on employees, clients and service delivery. Asta’s current and prospective clients will benefit from having access to a broader technology led platform and deeper resource base. Being part of the Davies group will give our employees additional career development opportunities, as well as give them access to a wealth of employee initiatives.”

TigerRisk Capital Markets & Advisory is acting as exclusive financial advisor to Davies on this transaction.
Evercore is acting as exclusive financial advisor to Asta on this transaction.

Debevoise & Plimpton acted as M&A counsel to Asta and the shareholders and RPC acted as counsel to Asta’s senior
management team, advising alongside Wyvern Partners and Deloitte. Kirkland & Ellis acted as M&A counsel to Davies.
Linklaters acted as funds counsel to BC Partners.

FTI Consulting acted as regulatory, risk and compliance advisors to Davies.

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About Davies

Davies is a multi-award winning specialist professional services and technology business. Davies delivers operations, consulting and technology solutions across the risk and insurance value chain, including excellence in claims, underwriting, distribution, regulation, customer experience, human capital, transformation & change management. Davies’ core service lines include: Claims Solutions, Legal Solutions, Insurance Services and Consulting & Technology. Davies has a 5,000 strong team of professionals across the UK, Ireland, Bermuda, the US and Canada with headquarters in the City of London. Davies’ investors are BC Partners, HGGC, AIMCo (acting on behalf of certain of its clients), and Davies’ employees following HGGC’s majority investment in January 2017 and AIMCo’s minority investment in January 2019. Davies’ programme of digital transformation has seen it successfully launch a range of technology-led solutions in to its insurance and highly regulated markets, including the use of video, drones, robotics and its “Disruptive Thinking” innovation lab that places the power of new ideas in the hands of its people. Over recent years Davies has consistently delivered double-digit organic growth through a combination of growing its solutions with existing clients and adding new partnerships to its business. In September 2020 Davies was named in Sunday Times PwC Top Track 250 as an important mid-market contributor to the UK during the pandemic. In the past year Davies has added more than 150 new accounts to its organic platform. In addition, Davies has successfully broadened and deepened its operations and digital capabilities via targeted acquisitions. Since the start of 2017 Davies has acquired: Cynergie, CMSL, Ambant, ServiceTick, TLSS, R&Q’s insurance services business, Ember, Direct Group’s claims businesses, Veriphy, USA Risk Group, TMS, GBB, Banwells, Frontier, FWD, ASC, Thornton Group, Keoghs, Codebase8, Citadel & Cedar Consulting, ContactParners, TriPlus, Johnson Claim Service, Vehicle Replacement Group, BMTS, Wakely Actuarial, Northshore International Insurance Services, DMS, NPA, Littleton, Grovelands, IAS and Asta. More information is available at www.davies-group.com.

About BC Partners

In March 2021 Davies announced that BC Partners has signed a definitive deal to take a majority stake in the business, to support Davies next phase of international expansion and continued digital transformation. The BC deal closed early in August, following receipt of regulatory approvals. BC Partners is a leading international investment firm with over €33 billion of assets under management in private equity, private credit and real estate. Established in 1986, BC Partners has played an active role in developing the European buy-out market for three decades. Today, BC Partners executives operate across markets as an integrated team through the firm’s offices in Europe and North America. Since inception, BC Partners Private Equity has completed 119 private equity investments in companies with a total enterprise value of over €150 billion and is currently investing its eleventh private equity fund. For more information, please visit www.bcpartners.com.

About HGGC

HGGC is a leading middle-market private equity firm with $4.3 billion in cumulative capital commitments. Based in Palo Alto, Calif., HGGC is distinguished by its Advantaged Investing approach that enables the firm to source and acquire scalable businesses through partnerships with management teams, founders and sponsors who reinvest alongside HGGC, creating a strong alignment of interests. Over its history, HGGC has completed more than 130 platform investments, add-on acquisitions, recapitalizations and liquidity events with an aggregate transaction value of nearly $22 billion. More information, including a complete list of current and former portfolio companies is available at www.hggc.com.

About Alberta Investment Management Corporation (“AIMCo”)

AIMCo is one of Canada’s largest and most diversified institutional investment managers with more than C$115 billion of assets under management. AIMCo was established on January 1, 2008 with a mandate to provide superior long-term investment results for its clients. AIMCo operates at arms-length from the Government of Alberta and invests globally on behalf of 31 pension, endowment and government funds in the Province of Alberta. AIMCo’s head office is located in Edmonton, Alberta, with additional offices located in Toronto, London, and Luxembourg. AIMCo’s Private Equity team comprises a dedicated group of experienced investment professionals and manages a private equity allocation of approximately C$6.0 billion. More information is available at www.aimco.alberta.ca.

Media contact:

Stine Nyplass, Group Communications Manager, Davies

Email: stine.nyplass@davies-group.com  

Following Markerstudy’s acquisition of Brightside earlier this year, Simon Townsend has been announced as Trading Director, SME. Reporting to Managing Director of Markerstudy Broking, Ross Barrington, Simon is close to celebrating 30 years in the insurance broking sector, within Brightside, Marsh/Jelf, Towergate, and HSBC, to name a few.

The chosen brand for Markerstudy’s SME/Commercial division is One Insurance Solution, which has its roots in Brightside. A key growth area is in affinity and partnerships, with the pledge to live through the brand values of their partners. A new focus will be the digital buy-online needs of the sole trader, and the division has partnered with a leading insurtech on a new data interface platform to dramatically improve the customer experience. 

Simon Townsend, said: “Markerstudy Broking will be operating in every distribution channel, online and offline, providing a solution for all SME customers, from micro through to large commercial entities; with a rich product portfolio from basic liabilities through to bespoke, complex commercial combined. A strong digital presence is essential as we look to deliver cover and value for customers who want a seamless multi-product quote & buy offering”.

Ross Barrington, added: “I am delighted to officially welcome Simon to the Broking division. With extensive experience of commercial broking and a solid track record of delivering organic growth, he has exciting plans to shape and redefine our offering in this space”.

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About Markerstudy

Markerstudy Group of Companies, headquartered in Kent, was established in 2001. Celebrating its 20th anniversary in 2021, the group has more than 3,500 employees and holds an Investors in People Gold award.

As the UK’s largest MGA, Markerstudy Insurance Services Limited supports over 1,000 broker partners and in excess of 3m policyholders with a wide variety of insurance services.    

In 2020, the group became the UK’s 5th largest motor insurance provider following the acquisition of Co-op Insurance’s underwriting business and commenced a 13-year partnership to provide home and motor insurance products under the Co-op brand.

The Group’s portfolio includes the Markerstudy Broking division, which comprises a number of brands including Brightside Insurance and Insurance Factory – one of the UK’s largest affinity based insurance intermediaries for pet insurance.

Also under the group umbrella are Auto Windscreens, VisionTrack and Vision Vehicle Solutions and brands Geoffrey Insurance and Zenith Insurance.

www.markerstudygroup.com

Manchester, 20 August 2021 – Gamma Location Intelligence (Gamma LI), which provides risk assessment technology to Property & Casualty (P&C) insurance companies, is aiming to help the insurance industry save hundreds of millions of pounds in claims through its latest partnership with Terrafirma.

Together, Gamma LI and Terrafirma – a company which helps homebuyers, lenders and insurance companies to assess ground hazards and support adequate protection cover – will be delivering high-quality, up-to-date insights on subsidence and other ground-related risks. Gamma LI predicts that such information could help to identify at least £413 million per annum in potential subsidence claims by 2050. 

This figure is based on an average claim of £12,500 and Gamma LI′s prediction* that a total of 10.2 million addresses in Great Britain will be at elevated risk of subsidence by 2050 as a result of climate change. 

In light of the recent AR6 Climate Change 2021 report from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), extreme weather events are predicted to become much more frequent moving towards the end of this century. As well as increasing the frequency and severity of storms, climate change can also impact rainfall, drought and hot weather spells – all of which contribute to subsidence.

Using location intelligence, Gamma LI and Terrafirma can help investors and regulators to more accurately quantify, inform and reduce the risk associated with subsidence and ground movement. Gamma LI, which expects to generate £5 million in UK revenue by 2025, is one of the first three resellers to bring Terrafirma′s National Ground Risk Model: Climate™ (NGRM: Climate) to the market. 

This model covers all 33 million properties in Great Britain and includes risk insights relating to coastal erosion, subsidence, sinkholes and landslides, which have the potential to impact properties on an insurance company’s portfolio, or ones it could potentially underwrite or insure. NGRM: Climate is the only model to cover all ground hazards, including future spatial distribution under UKCP18 (UK Climate Projections 2018). 

Richard Garry, Chief Commercial Officer, Gamma LI, said: “Our goal is to help insurers and financial institutions understand property-based risks and give them more choice in terms of data, from flooding and subsidence to fire and crime. Increasingly, they have to consider environmental factors and climate change which could have a major impact on their business and customers. In fact, we are reaching the point where extreme years of subsidence claims, such as 1990/1991 and 1997/1998, could become the new normal. Therefore, being able to visualise and assess this ever-increasing risk properly will be vital over the years to come.

“And that’s precisely where our Perilfinder platform comes in – it gives clients the data they need to make better decisions, enhance the service they deliver and save time on risk assessment. Of course, we wouldn’t be able to do this without partners like Terrafirma. We are extremely proud to work with an organisation which not only has unrivalled expertise, but also shows such enthusiasm for helping companies to understand ground movement and its hidden hazards.”

Dr Tim Farewell, Director of Science and Communications, Terrafirma, added: “Across the UK, many buildings and homes are or will become vulnerable to complex ground hazards. Through this partnership with Gamma LI, we are helping more people and organisations to understand these risks from subsidence, sinkholes, historic mining, landslides and coastal erosion.  Insurers now can leverage our team’s expert analysis and innovative models so they can make increasingly informed decisions backed up by reliable data. Insurers now have the potential to not only reduce their exposure to ground risks but also the costs associated with them.”

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*Notes to Editors:

Gamma LI previously predicted, based on Terrafirma’s earlier models, which used the UKCP09 climate models, that an additional 1.9 million addresses in Great Britain would be at risk of subsidence by 2050 as a result of climate change. This latest prediction of an additional 3.4 million addresses is based on the recently released Terrafirma NGRM models which use the latest UKCP18 climate models from the Met Office.

Building on the success of UK Climate Projections 2009 (UKCP09), the UK Climate Projections 2018 (UKCP18) delivers a major upgrade to the range of UK climate projection tools designed to help decision-makers assess their risk exposure to climate.

The UKCP18 project uses cutting-edge climate science to provide updated observations and climate change projections out to 2100 in the UK and globally. The project builds upon UKCP09 to provide the most up-to-date assessment of how the climate of the UK may change over the 21st century.

About Gamma Location Intelligence

Gamma Location Intelligence is a cloud hosted solutions provider that integrates software, data and services to help our clients reduce risk through location intelligence. Established in Dublin, Ireland in 1993, and with offices in Manchester, UK and Bilbao Spain, the company has expanded to become a global provider of information systems, micro-marketing solutions and geographical analysis services. Gamma Location Intelligence’s Perilfinder™ risk mapping platform provides P&C underwriters with access to trusted property-level risk data easily, quickly and accurately. Find out more at https://gammali.co.uk/insurance/

About Terrafirma

Terrafirma helps financial institutions, property professionals and homebuyers to reduce their exposure to the full range of UK ground risks.  

The National Ground Risk Model (NGRM: Climate™) helps financial institutions to identify and understand the physical risk posed by ground instability today, and those associated with the impacts of climate change in the future. Our science team’s passion is to continually improve the modelling of how these ground hazards interact with the built environment.

NGRM: Climate provides banks, building societies and insurers with easy-to-understand scores on the risk of coastal erosion, subsidence and landslides impacting an existing property on their portfolio, or one they could potentially underwrite or insure. Developed by Terrafirma’s unique understanding of the risks from leading geology, science, engineering, and geospatial data experts, NGRM: Climateprovides a risk profile for all 33 million properties in Great Britain.

By understanding how these key physical risks are projected to change, financial firms can align their objectives with the Bank of England’s climate strategy and begin to embed Terrafirma’s foresight of ground risks into day-to-day decision-making. 

https://www.terrafirmaidc.co.uk/ngrmclimate

The Great British Motor Claims Survey – supported by Trend Tracker – provides a snapshot of the current state of the UK’s incident repair sector and highlights how insights, knowledge and opinions have evolved since 2020.
 
This is the second annual report, as part of the Digital Motor Claims Festival 2020, I Love Claims in combination with ARC360 hosted the inaugural Great British Motor Claims Survey, which you can read here.