National Governing and Representative Bodies

Combined Liability insurance and added value for your members

More than 300 National Governing Bodies (NGBs) choose Howden as their official insurance broker. Provide your members with genuine benefit – give them quality insurance. 
 

We only partner with organisations whom we know our members can trust, and where a partnership offers value to our membership. We really value our longstanding relationship with Howden - Emma Boggis, former CEO, Sports and Recreation Alliance

 

 

National Governing and Representative Bodies use Howden for:


1. Combined Liability insurance as a member benefit

Our custom designed catch-all policy wording, ready to protect members against the Big Six liability risks – challenges your members face head on, every day.

  • Public and Products Liability
  • Professional Indemnity 
  • Libel and Slander
  • Abuse 
  • Management Liability
  • Employers Liability.

All this is covered in one easy to understand policy, with broad generous wordings. 

2. Added value for your members 

As your official partner, we can help you attract and retain members with insurance benefits tailored to their needs. 

3. Corporate insurance for your whole NGB operation 

Event Cancellation, Personal Accident, Private Medical and much much more. Howden is a network of specialists. Whatever your insurance challenge, we’ve got an expert to cover it. 

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Tell us who you are
What insurance do you need?
Please specify the types of activities your members partake in
How many members does your organisation have? 
Do you have any affiliated clubs? If so, how many? 
Claims past 5 years
Are you aware of any claims within the last 5 years or any incidents that may give rise to a claim? If yes please provide details.
An "incident giving rise to a claim" is any incident that could have caused a claim to be made, whether it was reported to the insurer or not. For example, if there had been an accident at a club, but it had been decided not to launch a claim, that is an incident giving rise to a claim. It is always helpful to report incidents giving rise to a claim to your broker (it is a myth that reporting such incidents will mean your premiums go up).  
What is the expiring premium? 
Expiring is the premium of the insurance policy that is running out. Essentially, how much did you pay last year? 
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NGBs choose Howden for our full service wraparound:


Claims support and advocacy from sport risk experts

Sport specialist dedicated claims advisors in your corner. We’re a safe pair of hands.

Tailored risk management tools 

Howden input into risk management planning has been proven to significantly reduce sports club claims.

24 hour Legal and stress helplines 

Want to speak to a lawyer or a counsellor? Just pick up the phone and they’re there for you. 


Adding value to membership base is core to your business success. Involving Howden will make it happen.  
 

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Kate Awmack

Kate works with governing bodies of all shapes and sizes, helping them to understand and improve their risk profile. She’s got 12 years’ insurance experience, and like most of our sport team, a serious passion for sport. Outside of work, Kate enjoys playing hockey, watching motorsport and shooting clay pigeons.

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    Your details
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    Contact details
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    Complete
Tell us who you are
What insurance do you need?
Please specify the types of activities your members partake in
How many members does your organisation have? 
Do you have any affiliated clubs? If so, how many? 
Claims past 5 years
Are you aware of any claims within the last 5 years or any incidents that may give rise to a claim? If yes please provide details.
An "incident giving rise to a claim" is any incident that could have caused a claim to be made, whether it was reported to the insurer or not. For example, if there had been an accident at a club, but it had been decided not to launch a claim, that is an incident giving rise to a claim. It is always helpful to report incidents giving rise to a claim to your broker (it is a myth that reporting such incidents will mean your premiums go up).  
What is the expiring premium? 
Expiring is the premium of the insurance policy that is running out. Essentially, how much did you pay last year? 
Please read our Privacy Policy and tick to confirm you have understood.