Martyn Turner

Martyn Turner

Care and charity underwriting manager

Martyn Turner is care and charity underwriting manager for specialist insurer Ecclesiastical.

Having begun his career in banking, 49-year-old Martyn joined Ecclesiastical in 1986 to work in a range of general underwriting roles, becoming a section leader and senior technical specialist. Prior to his current post, Martyn was senior account underwriter (casualty) in Ecclesiastical’s Gloucester head office.  He is a specialist in the area of charities and the risks to which they are exposed.

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Risk guide launched for charities going through structural changes

Charity insurance specialist Ecclesiastical has published a risk guide for charities which are undertaking structural changes or changing business models, including those collaborating or merging.

Calculated risks and safety nets

Insurance is a key tool in effectively managing the new risks that arise out of squeezed economic conditions, says Martyn Turner.

Insurance from a governance perspective

One way of managing risk is to have appropriate insurance cover.

Volunteers can bring dangers and liabilities for charities

While attractive at first, using volunteers can bring with it dangers and liabilites for charities. Martyn Turner explains the rules and some of the pitfalls.

Martyn Turner

Martyn Turner explains the essentials of trustee indemnity insurance.

Fundraising challenges: Go to extremes - with caution

The sector has seen an increased reliance on fundraising and charity supporters are increasingly turning to unusual or extreme activities to raise profile and bring in money. Charity insurance specialist Martyn Turner explains how to go to extremes, with caution.

Legal rights of volunteers

Volunteers are protected by law just like employees says Martyn Turner.

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