Our winning formula
RMP has grown consistently over the years. Not just in numbers, but in understanding. We believe that our knowledge of how the different public sector and education organisations work, and our understanding of what’s important to them, is second to none. As a result, we have evolved our winning formula for our clients.
25 years and counting
Our 25 years as an insurer dedicated purely to not for profit organisations makes us stand out in the market. We have a long, proven track record of handling complex, multi-class risks efficiently and effectively. By understanding the bigger picture within which our clients operate we tender what we consider the right price for their risks.
But it’s not just good value we have an instinct for. We intrinsically understand our clients’ processes and considerations. The often public nature of claims means we are acutely aware that they may require careful and sensitive handling which is why we work with Gallagher Bassett, one of the leading Third Party Claims Administrators (TPAs) in the world.
Working closely with you
As a business dedicated to providing best value, we have hand-picked insurer partners that provide bespoke cover for specific risk classes. More than that, they are committed to working closely with us to deliver the flexibility the sector needs. By doing this we introduce more competition to the market, which is good news for our clients and their brokers.
Our relationships with most of these insurers are exclusive, meaning that the public and education sector can only access their policies through us.
Our partners include:
Achieving best in class
Ask anyone at RMP about what makes us a special company, and you’ll keep hearing the same words. The people. Their dedication to delivering best value has been a mainstay of our service from day one. As a result, we’ve been able to attract and retain top industry experts.
Within our team we have people who live and work in the regions, meaning they have first-hand knowledge of the area and its communities. It also means they’re readily available to visit brokers and clients to discuss and consult on risks. Our people are generous with their knowledge and time, providing guidance and support wherever it is needed.
The regional team is supported by a strong head office team in London who liaise with our carrier and claims partners and coordinate the smooth delivery of our insurance programmes. Despite the physical distances between team members, we are a tight knit group.
Once people join RMP they rarely leave, providing continuity of knowledge, which translates into better risk management and greater efficiency for our clients.
Dedication in action sums up what RMP is all about. That means we are always looking for ways to improve outcomes for our clients. As their risk landscape evolves, we work out the implications and help to equip them with the right risk management tools.
That’s why, for example, we were quick to introduce exclusive policies to cover the emerging risks of terrorism and cyber.
It’s also why we partnered with BLM and Gallagher Bassett to run a series of mock trials up and down the country to help Highways employees understand how claims against them can play out in a courtroom. And it’s why we take the time to produce helpful documents so that less experienced clients can advance their understanding of managing their risks effectively.
RMP through and through
Partners is not just in our name, it’s in our nature. Our business is about bringing together highly regarded specialists to deliver a high quality, comprehensive offer that is designed to meet the specific needs of each client.
As well as some exclusive partnerships with insurers, we have a key operational partner in Gallagher Bassett.
Gallagher Bassett is the world’s third largest third-party claims handler, managing claims in over 60 countries and assisting over 4800 organisations. The foundation of their service is providing notable savings to help our clients reduce their total cost of risk in the face of austerity. This is done, in part, by providing guidance on how they can improve their risk profile and claims processes, and reduce claims spend.