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The Underwriting Exchange

Welcome

The Underwriting Exchange is an independent Lloyd’s broker.

We specialise in niche insurance and reinsurance solutions in the United Kingdom, Ireland and internationally. Our retail division, IFA Solutions, provides Professional Indemnity insurance for the financial services sector.

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At
The Underwriting Exchange
we offer:

Excellent, innovative and cost effective service.

Willingness to find solutions for standard, non-standard and unusual risks.

Long relationships with clients, many for over 25 years.

First class underwriting security with Lloyd’s and the Insurance company market.

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A little about us

A little about us

We are an established company, our directors and senior executives have exceptional experience of the insurance market.

Our primary business is wholesale insurance and reinsurance. We have now added a retail arm for various specialist classes of marine and non-marine insurance.

Our Directors and staff have many long-established relationships, both with clients and insurers. We believe that we get the best value for our customers through continuity and consistency, and by only dealing with insurer partners with excellent security ratings.

Today, the company has a core team of over 50 people in our City of London office, and have diversifed by establishing a sister company, London Ireland Market Exchange Ltd. (LIME) based in Dublin,
Republic of Ireland.

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