Three leading insurers in the Lloyd’s market have joined forces to form a Political Risk Consortium in Asia offering increased capacity for a wide range of political and contract frustration risks. Beazley, Chaucer and Talbot will work collectively to provide large scale capacity of up to $130 million for individual risks, with a policy period of up to seven years, through the new Lloyd’s consortium based in its Singapore hub.
Chaucer, the specialist Lloyd’s insurance group, has appointed Jonathan Bint as Political Risk Underwriter & Analyst.
Chaucer, the specialist Lloyd’s insurance group, has appointed Deborah Wyatt to lead the development of its new political risk solution for emerged markets.
Chaucer, the specialist Lloyd’s insurance group, wishes to thank the Political Risk and Trade Credit community for voting us ‘Best Global Political Risk Insurance Underwriter’ in the 2015 Global Trade Review (GTR) Leaders in Trade Awards.