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Coverys Syndicate 1975

Coverys 1975 is a specialist medical professional lines syndicate. It brings to the Lloyd’s market the significant underwriting and claims expertise developed by Coverys for its insurance customers. The syndicate offers related medical professional liability capacity and risk management capability delivered by a team of experienced Lloyd’s market personnel, supported by the wealth of knowledge and expertise of the wider Coverys business.

Syndicate 1991

DTW1991 is a specialist syndicate focusing on the Lloyd’s Binding Authority market. It provides property, liability, and specialist sports and leisure products to predominantly small- and medium-sized enterprise customers in the US and the UK, although other territories are serviced including Canada, Australia, and Europe. The Syndicate works with a limited number of carefully selected brokers and coverholders. It partners with underwriting experts who possess in-depth experience and proven capabilities in specialist products, niches, and territories.

Underpinned by a diverse capital structure supported by both trade and private capital, DTW1991 operates an efficient, direct-process operating model that attracts high-quality coverholder business. The syndicate uses a proprietary web-based management platform, Diligense, achieving the highest service standards and claims-handling practices. Learn more about DTW1991 at dtw1991.com.

Reinsurance to Close

Coverys remains committed to providing legacy solutions for both Lloyd’s and company underwriters. Syndicate 3330 is a specialist run-off vehicle formed to accept the reinsurance to close (“RITC”) of orphan syndicates. We offer full RITC services to provide finality for Lloyd’s syndicates. We are also able to consider the reinsurance of specific portfolios.

Contact us to get more information.

 

Lloyd’s is proposing to transfer certain EEA insurance policies to Lloyd’s Brussels. The proposed transfer will not change terms and conditions of any policy, except that Lloyd’s Brussels will become the insurer and Data Controller in respect of the transferred policies.

Further information about the proposal (including whether it could affect your pre-transfer position), which policies are transferring, your rights and what you need to do can be found at https://www.lloyds.com/brexit-transfer.

UK General Data Protection Regulation (UK GDPR)

As a company domiciled in the United Kingdom, Coverys Managing Agency Limited (CMA) is bound by the Laws of England and Wales. This regulation applies both to the activities of CMA and the Lloyd’s Syndicates that it manages. Equivalent or similar law in the United States of America is not applicable unless it explicitly has extra-territorial effect.

The UK GDPR requires us to publish information about how we handle personal information including special category data (for example medical records). This includes how we safeguard this information.

Please see our Privacy Notice which is published below. For the avoidance of doubt, this only covers CMA and the business traded by Lloyd’s Syndicates 1975 and 1991. Syndicate 1991 has its own dedicated website. Please click here for further information.

Please click here to access Coverys Managing Agency Limited short form Privacy Notice.

Further information may be found within the long form Privacy Notice.

Please click here to access Coverys Managing Agency Limited long form Privacy Notice.

Please click here to access Coverys Managing Agency Limited Cookie Policy.

Any further questions or you wish for us to update the information we hold, please email the Data Protection Officer (data.protection@coverys.co.uk).

Coverys Managing Agency Limited remains committed to respecting human rights in all its operations and external business dealings. Coverys Managing Agency recognises modern slavery, servitude, forced or compulsory labour and human trafficking (“Modern Slavery”) as grave violations of many human rights and freedoms. 

Please click here to access our Modern Slavery Statement.

Coverys Managing Agency Limited (“CMA”) is committed to ensuring a diverse workplace and, as an employer, does not discriminate on any grounds. Please click here to find CMA’s Diversity Policy.
 
In accordance with the PRA’s Rulebook (Conditions Governing Business – General Governance Requirements), CMA recognises the expectations of stakeholders and of the provisions set out in statute regarding the need for companies and their boards to promote diversity. CMA is committed to appointing members of the Board on the basis of merit and taking into account appropriate diversity of qualifications, knowledge, specific skills and relevant experience when assessing its composition and balance.
 
The CMA Remuneration and Nomination Committee has responsibility for overseeing Board appointments and for identifying and nominating candidates for appointment to the Board. It shall do so taking into account diversity of skills, experience and knowledge required for the role to meet its strategic objectives and to reflect CMA’s Core Values.

Coverys Managing Agency Limited is authorized by the Prudential Regulation Authority and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority and the Prudential Regulation Authority. Registered in England & Wales No. 04690709, Registered Office: One Creechurch Place, London EC3A 5AF