It covers their stock, goods in trust, money, contents, tools and equipment, public liability and business interruption. Stock, goods in trust and money are covered at the premises and in transit if required. View our Jewellers Block brochure.
What are five key considerations when placing Jewellers Block insurance?
Jewellers are often victims of crime, sometimes violent. The first consideration is always the safety of the insured and their employees. The broker who approaches their client with this in mind has a head start. A jeweller who puts security and safety first is also a good insurance risk.
The second is protecting their assets as completely as possible. The jewellers block policy is a complex product covering many different aspects of the jewellery trade and it needs to be tailored to the individual client. Quantum is always happy to work with our brokers to ensure they understand the policy and to find the best cover for the right price. View our Jewellers Block proposal form.
Quantum has binding authority and can agree ‘Friday Specials’ without having to refer to London, so we can give you, our broker and your client a truly local service.
What can Quantum provide?
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