Many successful companies use credit insurance for protection and growth, but credit insurance is not for everyone.
Credit insurance protects you against a bad debt as a consequence of a problem with a customer or their country. We help many businesses to avoid bad debts, protect their balance sheets, and secure the future. However, we never assume that credit insurance is right for your business or that Atlas Risk is the right provider. We seek to understand your credit risks, identify what concerns you, and determine whether you believe credit insurance may work. If this is the case, and Atlas Risk is a fit for your business, we will work together to help you find the right solution.
What our customers say…
“We always viewed our debtor book as blue chip until we suffered such a loss. Our policy protects us from a catastrophic loss with a very reasonable self-insurance level and a cost effective premium.”
“Our reasons for buying credit insurance have always been straightforward; a very large exposure and level of concentration gave us cause for concern and we thought it prudent to transfer this risk to the commercial insurance market.”
“Our aim was to expand our sales internationally and we acquired an experienced Sales Manager to do so. I was reluctant to agree large limits on customers I did not know but the credit insurance limits granted made my job easier.”
“Competitors from the Far East were trying to establish relationships with our customers and despite having superior product quality and more reliable service, we needed to be seen to be flexible on our terms of payment.”
“Separating the credit insurance from the banking facility enabled me to judge each on its merits. The innovation from the insurer which provides additional cover where required, has provided an immense boost to the sales performance.”
“Atlas Risk have more than proved their worth by increasing the level of cover across the ledger, particularly in existing difficult markets where there was insufficient cover in the past and challenging new markets like Libya.”