Articles - Ageas agrees deal with Cardinus to make customers risk aware


Plus brokers can claim a free £500 risk management training voucher

 Ageas has partnered exclusively with risk management specialists, Cardinus, to deliver a tailored package of online risk management solutions for its Commercial policyholders and brokers. The insurer has negotiated a £100 voucher for all Commercial policyholders who take up or renew an Ageas policy. The voucher can be redeemed against any of the online Cardinus risk assessment or e-learning training modules that can be accessed via Ageas's website portal. Plus brokers who trade Ageas Commercial business are entitled to a free £500 voucher to redeem against training for their own office staff.
 Cardinus' web portal is focused on small to medium businesses, ideal for Ageas policyholders, and enables them to:

     
  •   Access online health and safety e-learning
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  •   Carry out a business health check
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  •   Access policies and guidance documents
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  •   Manage staff training centrally

 The flexibility of Cardinus training allows users to pick and choose training on a ‘pay per use' basis to suit their individual needs.

 Chris Dobson, Ageas Distribution and Development Director said: "There has never been a better case for risk management training, with increasing demands from regulatory requirements and businesses' needing to run efficiently to counteract increasing cost. We are committed to providing our brokers and their customers with all the help they need to ensure they meet these pressures."

 Andy Hawkes, Cardinus CEO added: "We passionately believe that the insurance profession needs to do more to encourage the practical management of risk in policyholders and that's why we are so delighted to be working with such an innovative insurer as Ageas on this initiative."

 Ageas is inviting its brokers to contact their Ageas Broker Account Executive to claim their voucher and gain access to the dedicated web portal.

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