Insuring non-tangible assets

Thursday, 15 February 2024
10:00 am – 11:00 am (UK time)
    • Diane Jenkins BA [Hons], ACII, Chartered Insurance Broker, Technical Insurance Trainer

Webinar Summary

In the modern business world, many businesses have valuable but nontangible assets. Purchasing adequate insurance for such assets can be difficult. This session looks at the main types of intangible assets and the current insurance position for these

Learning Objectives

  • Be aware of the importance and risks of intangible assets in a business
  • Understand the coverage gaps in conventional insurance for intangible assets
  • Identify potential insurance solutions to the risks identified

Content and Learning

The main intangible assets:

  • Cryptocurrency
  • Fungible tokens
  • Reputation
  • Data
  • Human capital
  • Intellectual property

Identify main risks to intangible assets

Insurance solutions for risks to intangible assets

Speaker Bio

Diane is now one of the most highly respected technical insurance trainers to the insurance market.

Diane’s strength is in practical application of knowledge with specific specialisms including Business Interruption, Cyber and Property Owners.

She is the Education Secretary and former chairperson of the London Business Interruption Association. She was part of the IIL Advance Study Group - Business Interruption Policy Wordings and has collaborated with the authors of several Business Interruption textbooks.

She is a member of the Cyber Insurance Association, and she carries out the insurance cyber policy reviews for Cyber|Decider (

Diane’s work includes delivery as an Associate for Nick Thomas & Associates.

Post Webinar Slide Deck

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