James Mecham, Head of Casualty at Arch Insurance International shares the main territories in which we underwrite business, our main areas of focus, plus our approach to doing business with our broker partners.
At Arch, we underwrite a global book of Casualty business. Our key territories that we focus on are Canada, Australia, UK and Europe. And we also underwrite portfolios of business in the Latin American Caribbean region, Middle East and North Africa region and the Asian markets.
Our maximum line size is $40 million for general liability, $40 million for energy liability but for offshore energy liability this is $30 million.
In terms of the key trade areas in which we focus on, these include:
Energy (on and offshore)
Power and utilities (inclusive of renewables)
Construction, which can be single projects and annual contractors
Manufacturing and Products Liability related risks
Transportation, with a key focus on rail
Government and Municipality business
Our approach to doing business is one of responsive service and a genuine commitment to building long-term relationships with our key broking partners. With a broad risk appetite and strong technical expertise, we’re able to deliver fast decision making and collaborative solutions for our clients’ risks. We also work very closely with our claims team who benefit from over 60 years’ collective market experience in dealing with a broad spectrum of claims in a lead market position.
If you have any specific enquiries or would like to get in touch with the Arch Casualty team, please refer to the details on the screen.
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