Insurance services from Aon

We can arrange insurance for your business, your profession, your members or your personal needs.

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Business Insurance

 Aon can arrange general or specific insurance cover for small to medium size businesses across different industries and professions. 

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Private Clients insurance

We arrange cover for everything from high value homes, high value contents and valuables to individual works of art, prestige cars and classic car collection . We also arrange cover for country houses, estates and farms.

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6 crucial things to know about running a micro-business

Micro-business will be more than a micro trend in 2018. Become dominant in your industry with six tips to speed up progress.

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Five millennial myths busted

There’s no such thing as the millennial customer – or is there?

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How Artificial Intelligence is changing business for good

The Artificial Intelligence race is on. Companies are vying to patent and exploit its seemingly endless possibilities, with the technology becoming ever more accessible and cheaper.

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How blockchain could transform your business

Cryptocurrency has dominated the news as of late but it's the technology behind it that has the potential to revolutionise the way we all do business.

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GDPR 3 months on: ironing out the complexities

When the new regulation came into effect in May 2018, the noise was overwhelming. Almost every email subject line had “GDPR” in a mad panic to update privacy statements. But three months on, what has been learned?
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What’s the Difference Between Professional Indemnity and Public Liability Insurance?

Both Professional Indemnity and Public Liability insurance can be very important for many different businesses across a range of industries. Often, it can be the case that a company is required to have both types of cover - however there are also circumstances where they may only need one or the other.
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