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Phone Lloyd's Insurers Arch, Brit and Hiscox

Welcome to the bottom of the barrel! If you have a risky, slow, expensive project, the big insurance companies won’t insure you alone. So you go to Lloyd’s. Lloyd’s is an insurance marketplace. Within the marketplace are lots of small insurance companies. When you bring your project to Lloyd’s, Lloyd’s goes to each of the small insurance companies, cobbling together the insurance that you need, spreading the risk of your project out.

There are only a few Lloyd’s insurers who have failed to rule out insuring Adani, such as  Arch, Brit and Hiscox.

Once you've signed up we'll give the numbers and a suggested script to help you with the call.

Some numbers are marked as LEAVE MESSAGE, these you won't speak to anyone but will have a chance to leave a message for when they get back in the office. If you are happy to speak to someone in person then you can call the ones marked SPEAK IN PERSON. If you have got time to both that would be great.

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Francis Pycroft
Francis Pycroft
3 years ago

Good idea – give it a go!!

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