Hiscox is an international insurance group with a powerful brand, strong balance sheet and plenty of room to grow. Listed on the London Stock Exchange and headquartered in Bermuda, they have over 3,000 staff across 14 countries and 35 offices. Hiscox London Market underwrites international businesses, via the Lloyd’s insurance market, and specialist retail business from around the world.
Hiscox commitment to it's clients and a superior claims service means it has a reputation for being a market leader. This is delivered by their team of UK-based specialists who promise: expertise. efficiency, empathy and fairness. Insurance is an important consideration for any business, whether you run a consultancy, or an architectual firm, you can trust in Hiscox.
From a single underwriter at Lloyd’s of London in 1901 Hiscox Group has become a truelly global business growing to 35 offices in 14 countries throughout the UK, US, Europe and Asia.
In 2005, The Hiscox Bermuda office is opened. Hiscox plc moves its country of domicile to Bermuda from the United Kingdom, adopting the name Hiscox Ltd. It also become a primary office for their reinsurance business.
Over 60 of the world’s 100 largest companies place their trust in Hiscox London Market, knowing they’re in a safe pair of hands should the worst happen. But it isnt just big businesses Hiscox provide protection for; whether it be insuring blue chip companies from the crippling costs of a cyber-attack, or helping to keep local businesses standing following a terrorist incident, Hiscox provides protection when it’s needed most.
Hiscox's experience, expertise and financial strength allow them to provide excellent professional indemnity coverage and claims handling.
Hiscox's CyberClear365 provides a simple, unambiguous policy wording, so you understand what you are buying, and how the coverage operates.
Hiscox offer up to $25m liability cover that can be tailored to your specific needs. Talk to one of our expert brokers about your requirements.
Installing new IT equipment, solving technical problems, handling confidential client data – it’s all in a day’s work for an IT and technology business. As an IT and technology business, Hiscox insurance means protection against the things you can’t see coming. You’re involved in the cut and thrust of the latest computer devices and software, providing expert advice, installation and problem solving.
For professionals working in construction and trades, Hiscox construction insurance is essential, but not just for the obvious risks. Whether you’re working with hundreds of employees or you’re a self-employed tradesperson, you'll be well aware of physical injuries, fallouts with clients, problems on site and even legal action.
Hiscox's specialist FinTech underwriters understand your business and provide broad insurance cover, whilst their in-house claims solicitors can help protect the reputation of your business if things go wrong. Hiscox's cover has been designed to protect against the unique risks that innovative regulated and non-regulated FinTech businesses face.
Product liability insurance gives a business support if they are held liable for injury, illness or damage caused by a defective product. This type of insurance product provided by Hiscox is designed to offer extra liability cover for businesses that are involved in the design, production, manufacture, repair, alteration or supply of a product.
Designed to protect the trustees, directors, governors, committee members and officers of a charity, club, association or not-for-profit organisation. Possibilities such as being investigated by the Charity Commission or negligence allegations can come with the territory. Trustee liability insurance from Hiscox helps to offset the risk that rewarding work.
Hiscox e-commerce business insurance for online retailers covers you for a range of risks could make all the difference if something goes wrong. Whether you run a small boutique store or have an online department store, Hiscox can protect from physical loss or damage to property and from claims by third parties arising from their business activities and their products.