NMU Launches First E-trade Terrorism Product on the Acturis Platform

Following the successful launch of our new, enhanced Terrorism product last month, which includes “non-damage” business interruption extensions, we are now also delighted to announce its availability on the Acturis platform, as a fully auto-rated e-trade product.

The launch will see NMU as the first insurer to go live with a terrorism insurance e-trade solution on Acturis. If you have an NMU agency in place, it will be live on your system from 8th January 2018.

To locate the product on Acturis, simply search for ‘Terrorism’ in the Product Target.

NMU Terrorism Insurance is already able to be transacted via “U-Trade” and so for larger portfolios (10 properties or more), high value or more complex enquiries we recommend that the risk is presented via the U-Trade method.
Alternatively please call the terrorism underwriting team on 0161 236 3380 who will be able to assist and advise the right placement route for your enquiry.

Our standalone terrorism and sabotage insurance product caters for both commercial and property owners risks with single or multiple locations, based in any part of the UK, Republic of Ireland and overseas whilst giving clients the flexibility to choose which locations to insure or to cover all locations on a floating first loss basis.

NMU Executive Director, Duncan McClean, commented on the launch “Hot on the heels of our resounding success at the recent Underwriting Service Awards, of which we are very proud, we are delighted that by launching an e-tradable version of our new, enhanced Terrorism product on the Acturis platform, we continue to demonstrate delivery of the innovative solutions required of us by our partner brokers evolving needs”.

For more information about NMU Terrorism Insurance and the product benefits, visit our terrorism page or speak to your local NMU Development Underwriter here.


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