W. R. Berkley Syndicate 1967 is a Lloyd’s syndicate specialising in underwriting a worldwide portfolio of insurance and reinsurance risks.
Utilising both the Lloyd’s worldwide brand and licenses and the established network of member companies within W. R. Berkley Corporation, the syndicate provides a wide ranging underwriting platform for it’s international clients, with an emphasis on core underwriting areas of Accident & Health, Contingency, Marine and Property.
Head of property – Alastair Blades, briefed Starberry to develop a clean, fresh, and professional website to allow W. R. Berkley Syndicate 1967 to stand out from the traditionally bland underwriter crowd.
The website incorporates live breaking news feed supplied by BNO on the homepage to feed all breaking relevant world news. Over the coming months Starberry will be adding additional feeds from NOAA’s National Hurricane Center and Insurance Insider, to be a useful resource for clients and brokers.
Starberry were excited to be involved with the startup business that is very progressive in its specialist areas, and have found that this sector is in great need of some innovative thinking.
W. R. Berkley Corporation, founded in 1967, is a premier provider of commercial lines property casualty insurance. Each of the operating units in the Berkley group participate in a niche market requiring specialist knowledge about a territory or product.
Syndicate 1967 holds a unique position in the Lloyd’s market. As a member company of W. R. Berkley Corporation, one of the world’s leading insurance groups, the Syndicate combines the excellent reputation and trading environment that is the hallmark of Lloyd’s with the expertise and resources of the wider group.
As a Lloyd’s syndicate, W. R. Berkley Syndicate 1967 is able to provide a truly international platform for its clients, brokers and member companies of W. R. Berkley Corporation.
If you are an Underwriter or a Broker and feel that your company website could do with some Starberry ‘love’, then please contact us now.