CORONAVIRUS resource centre

Is your business prepared for Coronavirus?

The ongoing coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic continues, with far-reaching effects on people, travel, supply chains, and economies globally. In response to the impact of the outbreak being felt by businesses all over the UK, we've created this resource centre to house all important news and information to update you on the potential implications for your business.

The resources below will be updated daily as the situation develops, so please check back often. 

For detailed guidance, please contact your usual  representative or get in touch online.

Useful links and information. 

For information about Business Interruption Loan Schemes (CBILS), visit:

Other useful links and resources include:


We've collated the most frequently asked questions to provide you with the answers you need to manage your business throughout these uncertain times. 

Dealing with the impact - Updated March 26

Watch this week’s update on how the Coronavirus (COVID-19) is affecting our market, pensions, investments and wellbeing. 

Coronavirus resilience

Are you prepared for the Novel Coronavirus outbreak? The Marsh factsheet covers managing the operational and potential organisational impacts.

Managing the impact

Many firms plan for emergency situations, but most aren't prepared for prolonged impacts arising from global pandemic. Marsh Risk Management recommend that you establish and implement this four-step action plan.

Credit risk insurance implications

The COVID-19 pandemic is disrupting economic activity. As the number of cases outside of China rises, it appears that many of the world’s largest economies will be affected, posing risks to global trade and business operations.

Remote working

Many businesses are now encouraging their employees to work from home where possible. These tips and self-evaluation methods will help your employees to remain engaged, and stay on track with their work.

Coronavirus and cover

Many organisations are asking the question of how insurance coverage might respond to virus-linked losses. We aim to give you the answers.