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At Consilium, we understand that our future is driven by our brokers winning. That’s why we do everything we can to help them be the best they can be. We work tirelessly to create the right solutions, for them and their clients. We never over promise, because we understand the importance of their trust. We only hire the best people our industry has to offer, because the best people drive the best outcomes. And we forever challenge the status quo, because we know that there are always ways to do things better. Because together, we’re limitless.
"Everything we do is designed to help our brokers be the very best they can be."
David Bearman, CEO
Operating in the heart of Lloyd’s and other London markets, Consilium provides a range of exclusive, niche schemes to the wider UK broker market. We specialise in the placing of property, casualty, professional risks and motor fleet business.
ConsiliumRe is a global, specialist Lloyd’s of London broker that operates in markets across Europe, Asia, the CIS region, the Middle East and Latin America. We are a facultative (re)insurance business, offering deep knowledge of local and international markets to brokers via our multi-lingual team.
The breadth and strength of our market relationships enables us to deliver a wide range of niche placement specialisms
Over 1,000 brokers benefit from our expertise, helping them win and retain more business
With 25% growth year on year for the last five years, we now place over $100m of premium into Lloyd’s and the London Market
Brokers should act on the construction supply issues
An inability to meet global demand for a number of building materials, such as timber, steel and cement, has been amplified in the UK by a well-documented shortage of HGV drivers to transport the materials.
A broker’s guide to placing crane hire risks
Here at Consilium we place a wide range of specialty risks, which can often be difficult to place with composite insurers.
Is the current hard market here to stay?
After the dark days of 2017 – the year of Hurricanes Harvey, Irma, and Maria – when Lloyd’s reported an underwriting loss of £3.4bn, it’s fair to say the intervening years have been good to the London market rating-wise.
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