What we offer
An Office Insurance policy provides combined property, business interruption and liability solutions for office-based businesses. As every business is different it is important to select the options that work for you and to create a policy that meets your specific requirements.
Standard office insurance covers the basic contents in your office and the costs involved in replacing or repairing the equipment that is accidentally damaged, lost or stolen. With an Office Combined Policy there are numerous types of coverage available including office contents, business interruption, employer’s liability and general liability. Additional extensions which can be added include property away from the premises, money, corporate travel, personal accident and cyber.
We will use our knowledge and experience to ensure that you have the cover that you need for your business.
What our clients say
We engaged Protean to provide the full range of insurance for Crowdcube. As a rapidly growing business, we needed a specialist broker that can provide the depth of expertise, whilst retaining a personal service and having been personally introduced to Protean, we are delighted that they have met all of our expectations and we would happily recommend them.
...Protean really understand the insurance needs of small growth businesses in the tech space and they were very quick and responsive sourcing cover for us at a competitive rate.
We have used Protean as broker for our PI insurance since we set up our business. They have always been responsive and are both experienced and knowledgeable about the requirements of Financial Services firms and the risks we face
Protean were both knowledgeable and helpful in helping us obtain our PI and D&O Insurance. Nathan had an implicit understand of the market and what we required from our insurance, and was successful in quickly obtaining cover that was both more comprehensive and significantly more cost effective than we had had previously. Very happy with the whole process.
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