In a world where new dangers are exposed and faced by organisations every day, risks can be all too obvious. Civil unrest, environmental damage and war are all a sad fact of life in many parts of the world, making the right insurance crucial for the NGOs, commercial contractors and charities operating there.

But when the going gets tough, as they say, the tough get going.

Many brokers don’t have access to a network able to cover complex risks, don’t understand the nature of the insurance needed, or can’t assist when it comes to working in the world’s most challenging areas.

A safer option in a dangerous world

We understand that operations in the developing world can present a wide range of unusual risks and exposures that many companies and insurers have simply never had to consider. Things like kidnap, specialist medical evacuation and cover for special equipment used to clear mines. Our experience in this arena makes innovative solutions available to clients facing these unfamiliar exposures in many of the world’s most challenging locations.

We’ve even found cover for a power station built on unexploded ordnance, so the most extreme risks are all in a day’s work.

Specialist Risks we cover include:

Find more information on specialist risks insurance here[link to brochure download] or speak to our team.

Sectors include:

  • Kidnap and Ransom
  • Combined Liability (Third Party, Employers, Products and Pollution Liability)
  • Personal Accident, Illness and Medical Expenses
  • Specialist Medical Evacuation
  • Group Business Travel
  • Directors and Officers Liability
  • Trustees Liability Business Interruption
  • Professional Indemnity
  • Special Equipment (All Risks - including operation in live minefields)
  • Defence Base Act placements
  • Charterers Liability
  • Subsea Equipment