Specialty insurance solutions – Why NMU?

NMU is an award-winning provider of specialty insurance solutions

We are the first choice for brokers looking for specialty insurance, whether they are looking to secure the widest levels of cover available on straightforward wordings or for tailor-made or innovative solutions.

Our team of professionals based across the UK, provides customers with an in-depth product knowledge and real personal service.

Unrivalled service is the key to our success and the driving force behind everything we do. Brokers value the straight-talking, innovative and flexible approach that has shaped our development since 1982.

At the heart of our business are competitiveness, service, attention to detail, innovation, flexibility and the fair treatment of customers.

We provide specialty insurance solutions that are not simply off-the-shelf solutions, but built upon a real understanding of the risks faced by policyholders. This, together with our ability to write risks such as storage, installation, construction and exhibitions outside of the UK and offer terrorism cover on overseas property, sets us apart from the competition.

Never a business to follow the crowd, we forge our own path. We pioneered the Lloyd’s Service Company business model, and while many of our competitors have reduced their local presence, we have continued to expand our regional network.

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We’re proud of our achievements!

We’re delighted that brokers recognise our commitment to delivering market-leading, local service through our branch network, and we would like to thank all those who took part in the surveys.

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