FloodFlash+ is the latest service to make sure that all British businesses have access to rapid-payout parametric cover. Here’s FloodFlash co-founder Adam Rimmer with more. If you’d prefer to read about FloodFlash+, just scroll down to the article below.
Today FloodFlash announced the newest version of their award-winning commercial flood insurance, FloodFlash+. FloodFlash began protecting UK businesses in areas at high risk of flooding having issued over £20m in cover since their full launch last year. This new offering is poised to build on that success and make rapid-payout cover available to larger businesses with more complex risk profiles.
FloodFlash+ builds on the same principles as the core service. If you need a quick primer on the standard product visit the homepage and watch the quick intro video. FloodFlash+ brings all the great benefits of a standard policy but with added flexibility. Here’s a rundown of the features:
Floods in February and the summer provided a stark reminder of how important access to commercial flood cover is. Many larger clients found that the SME product wasn’t right for their risk. FloodFlash+ is a direct response to those requests.
This new iteration of rapid-payout insurance results from the hard work from the team and our underwriting partners. For British businesses that don’t have access to Flood Re the risk of double-losses after COVID-19 business interruption is only too real. By broadening the appeal of rapid-payout cover we stand to protect more businesses in a time when they need it most.
Much like the standard product, FloodFlash+ is available to all commercial property. It doesn’t matter what sector your business is in, whether you’re an owner landlord or tenant, or your claims history. Compared to the standard cover, the distinguishing factors are often in the scale of the product. The table below shows the main differences between the two forms of cover.
Unlike other parametric insurers that only use third party data, FloodFlash uses sensors installed at client buildings and assets. That means that the flood depths measured correlate as closely as possible to potential losses – removing substantial basis risk.
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