G M Imber & Sons Ltd. (GMISL) are a family owned Insurance Brokers based in East Grinstead, West Sussex.

The company fully commenced operations on 1 January 2006 after purchasing the insurance side (including the systems and insurance staff) from G M Imber Ltd, who were formed in 1974. This enabled G M Imber Ltd to run off their International Reinsurance portfolio, allowing George to reduce his involvement, easing into retirement and pursuing his photographic hobby.

GMISL initially acted as appointed representatives of GMIL until they received their own authorisation from the Financial Services Authority on 2 May 2006.

Day to day running of the business is managed by three directors all of whom are George’s sons, Bill, Sven and Matt Imber.

What we do:

GMISL are commercial Insurance brokers that can arrange either bespoke packages for sole traders to national companies, we also arrange a variety of niche insurance products for certain industries.

Niche industries we have designed specific products for include Market, Craft, Antique Industry, Musicians and DJ’s and Operators of Bouncy Castles and Leisure Equipment. More information and products is available on the related pages of this site.

The Complete policy wording for all of our specific products is available below.

On the general insurance side we arrange insurance policies for businesses ranging from tradesmen to large manufacturers, shops to events, accountants to galleries, wholesalers to sports clubs, to name a few. Broking all sorts of cover such as Motor Fleet, Shops, Events, Property, Business Interruption, Public Liability, Products Liability, Employers Liability, Property Owners, Directors & Officers, Legal Expenses, Marine Cargo, Engineering and Inspection  and more.

There are several questions we are frequently asked and thought it would be helpful to attach a list of these with relevant answers below. In the near future we hope to have more specific FAQ’s on each of the relevant product pages.

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Frequently Asked QuestionsPolicy Wording