What we offer
We offer some of the broadest levels of global cover available, with high flexibility to tailor policies to cater for individual client’s insurance needs, with maximum line limits of up to US $100,000,000.
- Losses whilst in transit
- Fidelity perils
- Natural perils and catastrophe
How can we help
Our team includes wordings experts and exceptional claims managers who provide unique risk insight and advice on practical security measures designed to reduce the risk of theft and to keep cargo safe whilst in transit.
Central to our approach is forming longstanding relationships with brokers and their clients around the world, so that we can understand our insureds’ businesses and provide tailored coverage as required.
Who we can help
A wide range of organisations from smaller independent businesses to global corporations that transport cash and valuables such as:
- Armoured car companies
- Investment banks
- Financial traders, dealers and brokers
- Numismatics and collectors
Where Is This Offered?
The Beazley Difference
Freedom lies in being bold. We dare to be different and seek bold possibilities to create more innovative, fair and satisfying outcomes for our clients, brokers and employees. From insuring the highest building in the world, to the first commercial lunar vehicle to operate on the moon - we boldly go where others won’t.
STRIVING FOR BETTER
Good is a start, but we go all-out for better. A driven community of individuals relentlessly push the needle and creating value. From launching the market’s first dedicated ESG syndicate to the establishment of our business unit focusing on designing digital insurance solutions, we pride ourselves on always going above and beyond. Simply put, at Beazley we go to 11.
DOING THE RIGHT THING
Acting with integrity in a straightforward, decent way is instinctive. Open and honest with others, we show respect and empathy however challenging the situation – demonstrated by our multi-award winning claims team. Doing the right thing makes for a fair-minded, rewarding environment and makes work and life better for all.
Examples or Scenarios
From replenishing banks and ATMs to collecting shop takings and delivering the wage roll, advances in technology have not removed the need to transport cash from A to B. And where large quantities of cash are found it naturally becomes a target for both professional and opportunist criminals.
When asked why he robbed banks, Willie Sutton, the legendary US criminal, apocryphally replied “Because that’s where the money is”. Decades later the principles of “Sutton’s Law” still hold true.