Our partners

lloydsContrary to common belief, Lloyd’s is not an underwriting firm but an underwriting market whose members are grouped into syndicates (similar to insurance companies) to cover risk.

Dating back to the seventeenth century,  Lloyd’s now operates 80 syndicates in over 200 countries. The Lloyd´s market insures 92% of the FTSE 100 and 93% of the Dow Jones.

The only market of its kind in the world on account of its very nature, tradition and leadership, specialisation and so on, it is also an insurance and reinsurance source market, enabling it to attain higher margins. Bringing together an outstanding concentration of underwriting expertise and talent, it is often the first to insure emerging, unusual and complex risks.

All the Syndicates benefit from Lloyd’s resources, including its brand name, its licence network and its Central Fund. The purpose of this fund is to satisfy any claim which cannot be met by a Syndicate. As all Lloyd’s policies are backed by the fund, the same rating is applied to the entire market:

For more information go to www.lloyds.com



Amlin-2Amlin PLC, a member of the Lloyd´s market and the lead Syndicate for our motor scheme, is a recognised leader in the London insurance and reinsurance market, providing a global client base with risk management solutions. Amlin underwrites through Syndicate 2001 at Lloyd’s.

For more information go to www.amlin.com




Novae Group PLC is a wholesale insurance underwriter, and the lead syndicate for our home scheme. Novae underwrites a mix of short and long-tail business, encompassing property, liability, marine and ‘speciality’ classes. Novae writes both insurance and reinsurance business, through Syndicate 2007 at Lloyd´s.

For more information go to www.novae.com



tokio_marine_europeTokio Marine Europe Insurance Ltd. is a member of the Association of British Insurers, authorised by the Prudential Regulation Authority and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority and the Prudential Regulation Authority  Firm (Reference Number 202574).


For more information go to http://www.tokiomarine.eu