Terrorism Insurance

Cover against terrorism is becoming an increasingly important risk consideration and we can offer stand-alone or embedded coverage with a flexible structure and competitive pricing.

We have claims experience from the 2016 London attacks which means our teams understand what is required in this sector.

We can offer tailor-made solutions to fit a client’s needs, with no certification uncertainty or delays. Cover can include non-damage Business Interruption, Active assailant, Malicious Act, NCBR, plus other coverage enhancements on request.

Key Product Features

  • Quick response rate to queries.
  • Competitive pricing.
  • Flexible programme structure and tailor made solutions around client needs.
  • Broader coverage is also on offer as well as portfolio underwriting, with large limits and nil deductibles possible.
  • Brand Rehabilitation – Up to £100K.
  • Claims Preparation Costs – Up to £100K.
  • Can include Looting.
  • Loss of Attraction – Up to £1m.
  • Non Damage Prevention of Access – Up to £500K.
  • Property Stored at Third Parties – Up to £500K.
  • Customers and Suppliers – Up to £1m.
  • Threat or Hoax – Up to £500K.


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