G&M International are pleased to announce the addition of Intellectual Property (IP) Insurance to our product portfolio.
New Market Broker joins the G&M International team!
We are excited to announce the latest addition to the G&M International team, London Market Broker, Henna Nayyar. She joins the team as our UK policy expert, working directly with many of our UK clients to support their business.
The UK is more vulnerable to cyber attacks than ever before
We have one of the world’s leading digital economies, designed to exploit the benefits of the internet, but this also makes the UK vulnerable to attack from hostile countries, criminal gangs and individuals.
G&M International joins Lloyds at BIBA Manchester 2019
This week G&M International headed north to Manchester for the annual BIBA conference.
WhatsApp hit by cyber attack
Another month, and another cyber scandal hits the headlines. A stark reminder of how vulnerable companies and individuals are in today’s technology driven world.
G&M International join LIIBA
We are now a member of the London and International Insurance Brokers Association (LIIBA).
Leading the market with Esport Insurance
Introducing ESPORT INSURE, one of the first dedicated eSports Insurance policy for eSports teams and provides teams and organisations with insurance solutions to fit the unique needs of the industry.
Introducing Accident & Health Insurance
An organisations workforce is their single most valuable asset and progressively more employers are seeing the value in providing Accident and Health insurance to their employees.
Commercial property values in the UK set to fall in 2019
Lenders in the UK real estate market have anticipated a decline in commercial property prices throughout 2019. According to the latest Real Estate Market Trend Analysis report from Link Asset Services, political risk is the dominant factor, with uncertainties associated with Brexit.
Google announces the launch of its own video streaming platform – Stradia!
Yesterday Google unveiled a new game streaming service called Stadia at the Game Developers Conference in San Francisco. The platform will let players stream games from the cloud to phones, computers, and TV screens (via Chromecast dongles), turning almost any device into a console.