POSTED ON November 25th

For your commercial and financial clients involved in giving professional advice or for those providing design, specification or supervision. From SMEs to large corporates we cater for traditional and modern professions. We have specialist facilities for complex professions, with underwriting authority on a number of classes of business.

  • Professional indemnity (excess layers also available)
  • Intellectual property
  • Commercial legal expenses
  • Directors and officers liability (including management liability portfolio)
  • 6 years prospectus cover (public/private offering of securities insurance)
  • Crime/fidelity guarantee
  • Medical malpractice
  • Cyber liability
  • Charity trustees indemnity
  • Pension trustees indemnity (for pension trustees of group company pension schemes)
  • Kidnap and ransom

For more information about this scheme please visit the professional risks section of our site.

To download this as a PDF please click here.


POSTED ON November 13th

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Thank you to all of those who responded to our survey, your comments and feedback are very important to us and
we will endeavour to use this information in order to improve our service to you.

Please click here to download this PDF.

Congratulations to the 25 lucky winners of £50 Marks and Spencer vouchers (Please see list of names below)

Cathy Blackburn, Chris Lawson, Colin Wilkinson, Craig Thorpe, David Christmas, David Wagstaff, Glyn rowett, Heather Houlihan, Iain MacDonald, Jonathan Lyth, Kate Merry, Kevin Roberts, Laura Heppell, Laurence Hinge, Malcolm Lee, Mark Farren, Matt Gowing, Niel Jones, Noel Marriott, Norman Chambers, Phil Costello, Phillip Long, Rob Campey, Simon Thew, Tarun Patel

*All winners have been emailed with more information , however if your name is on the list but you have not received an email please contact Charlotte Jackson.



POSTED ON November 11th

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Last week Miles Smith had the honour of escorting some of our brokers to Belgium and France to commemorate World War One. Before we embarked on the trip, we enlisted the help of John Hamblin (World War One historian) who has carried out a vast amount of work into the effect the Great War had on our colleagues at Lloyd’s. John provided us with some amazing facts on over 200 Lloyd’s men who lost their lives in World War One and during our trip we paid tribute to four of those men. We visited their graves and memorials, laid wreaths, held a minute silence and raised a glass of port to each soldier. The enthusiasm and knowledge of our guide Paul Mcpherson from Frontline Battlefield Tours brought our trip to life and enabled us to truly understand just how terrible conditions were at the front line. We attended the last post at the Menin Gate Memorial and during the service laid a wreath in honour of all of the Lloyd’s men who gave their lives. We were also extremely honoured that Sharon Brown of Miles Smith was given the opportunity to take part in the service and read the following moving exhortation:

They shall grow not old, as we that are left grow old:

Age shall not weary them, nor the years condemn.

At the going down of the sun and in the morning

We will remember them.

For more information please click on the links below:

Information about the Lloyd’s soldiers

Interesting facts about WW1 infographic

Insurance Times article

​Lloyd’s and WW1

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