Global Capabilities

International solutions for worldwide exposures

Innovation and flexibility are at the heart of what we do, and we pride ourselves on striving to support our customers as far and wide as we possibly can, whenever and wherever you need us.

We provide bespoke insurance products that are not simply off-the-shelf solutions, but built upon a real understanding of the risks faced by policyholders.

Overseas exposures are a common feature of today’s global economy – our ability to write risks outside the UK sets us apart from the competition. And, where multinational corporations need local paper for overseas subsidiaries, we have a solution for that too.

We have unique global capabilities in the following areas:

Engineering

Engineering insurance is made up of several individual areas, including machinery, electronics, construction and installation. We are able to write Engineering risks for contracts outside of the UK…read more

Worldwide Installation

We’ve designed an innovative worldwide installation product to provide seamless cover for international projects involving the sourcing, distribution and installation of machinery, including testing and commissioning…read more

Terrorism and Sabotage

With over 10 years’ experience in providing standalone terrorism insurance, and, in a market that has evolved at a faster pace in recent years than ever before, we offer three bespoke products, addressing the concerns of trading entities, property owners and commercial motor fleet operators within and beyond England, Scotland and Wales…read more

For more information about our global capabilities or our full range of products and services, contact your local NMU Development Underwriter.


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