International Casualty Treaty
Includes third-party liability, professional liability, auto liability and specialty
Appetite & Availability
Ariel Re has the capability to write and provide support for an international portfolio, including a limited element of U.S.-domiciled clients via the international channel. The company’s principal development areas are the U.K., continental Europe, Scandinavia, Asia Pacific, Canada, and the Middle East and North Africa regions.
Ariel Re’s third-party offerings include public, product and employer liability.
Ariel Re’s maximum line is £5 million, and it accepts business from the U.K. and abroad, on an international, national or regional basis, derived from both its commercial and personal lines. The company accepts business with exports to the U.S. and a limited amount of U.S.-domiciled exposure.
Ariel Re’s professional liability offerings include professional indemnity, directors and officers, medical malpractice and financial institutions.
Ariel Re’s maximum line is £5 million, and it accepts business from the U.K. and abroad on an international, national or regional basis.
Ariel Re considers both stand-alone and multi-line treaties and is a quoting market for all lines of business, with considerable experience across all classes.
The team provides cover for third-party bodily injury and third-party property damage written outside the U.S. The maximum line is 10% on unlimited layers, though with a normal maximum below this in the U.K. where the team also leads a Lloyd’s consortium for U.K. motor, bringing additional capacity to the market. Ariel Re will consider business with or without provision for capitalization of periodical payments.
Ariel Re underwrites classes such as legal expenses, environmental impairment liability, stand-alone warranty and indemnity, and cyber on a case-by-case basis.
Ariel Re writes business predominantly through Lloyd’s brokers, or those with whom the company has a “terms of business” agreement.
Stuart Dale, as class underwriter, heads Ariel Re’s international casualty treaty portfolio. Stuart joined the company in late 2011 after holding senior underwriting roles at QBE and Sagicor.