Nuclear, Chemical, Biological, Radioactive embedded and standalone
Active Assailant Property Damage / Liability, and Crisis Consulting.
We provide worldwide coverage, including the UK. Arch is not a member of Pool Re.
We offer a maximum line size of US $80m any one risk and US $10m in respect of NCBR any one risk. We also can write to full line size on both syndicate and company paper, also within the European Union.
With regards to our key industries, we provide coverage across a broad range of sectors. While not an exhaustive list, some of target industries include:
Construction – property/ energy for periods up to 60 months plus odd time.
Financial Institutions – Bank buildings, cash in vault or transit.
Leisure & Entertainment – including malls, theme parks.
Manufacturing – including time / non-time sensitive manufacturing
Mining – CPE equipment and mine assets
Oil & Gas – offshore / onshore, including fracking, and operator’s extra expense risk.
Power & Utilities
Our approach to doing business is built on our commitment to providing first class customer service, offering a standard quote turnaround time of under 24 hours. We can provide a bespoke solution as “all risk package” exclusionary language changes. Partnership is key, and as we continue to grow, we seek to establish long-term and lasting relationships with our broker partners and clients.
If you have any enquiries or would like to get in touch with the Arch Terrorism, Political Violence & War team, please refer to the details on the screen.
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