Managing Director Nigel Pellatt has spent 35 years in the insurance industry, originally with major insurers in the City of London, moving on in 1985 to pursue a career in insurance broking with City brokers. He set up the business that became Pellatt Insurance Services in 1990 eventually moving from The City to North London and then to our current office location south of Cambridge near Royston.
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The Insitute of Civil Funerals annouced the following:
Following successful negotiations with Pellatt Insurance Brokers, all members of the Institute of Civil Funerals are now automatically covered by a group Public Liability Insurance scheme. Celebrants will be insured for up to £1m.
Chairman Peter McNulty said: "It has taken us a long while to broker a suitable deal. Increasing numbers of funeral directors are asking for assurance that celebrants have adequate cover, especially important when visiting families. In the past there has been an assumption that the funeral director's policy would cover a celebrant at work but as we are all self-employed and in effect sub-contracted that cannot be the case."
Peter went on to say that all IoCF members would have proof of paid up membership and the policy would be held at the IoCF HQ. Acknowledging that other celebrant organisations had insurance cover, Peter urged funeral directors to check that any celebrants used had appropriate cover. "There are an increasing number of celebrants coming into the field who lack any proper training or are one-man-bands with no back-up. Ensuring adequate insurance is but one means for funeral directors to ensure that they are obtaining the best possible service", he said.
The IoCF will be represented at the National Funeral Exhibition in June and welcome callers to their stand and will willingly answer any questions from visiting funeral directors.
Pellatt Insurance Services Ltd are authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority, reference number: 313564.