The Casualty portfolio underwritten by Dale Underwriting Partners is highly diverse, containing a broad array of products and contract structures, predominantly in North America. We are regularly consulted on contract structures and considered a “quoting market” in these lines.
The account consists of both Open Market and Delegated Authority business. The portfolio is worldwide but with an emphasis on North America. We have a team that is experienced in leading business and actively seeks to add value throughout the underwriting process.
We write a book of property and catastrophe reinsurance, operating on a worldwide basis but have a specific focus on business emanating from the US, Canada, Europe, Japan and Australasia complemented by a portfolio of business from what can be considered more emerging insurance environments.
Marine Treaty Reinsurance
Our underwriting philosophy and risk appetite is underpinned by first class service and strong relationships with both brokers and clients.
We provide coverage and service for a client base involved in the upstream oil and gas segment. The portfolio entertains risks on a global basis covering all sectors within the chain. To support the portfolio, a highly experienced team are engaged to provide strong levels of service.
The Special Risks portfolio comprises both Contingency and Sports Personal Accident business, with Contingency split into further sub-lines as outlined below. The team offers a full range of placement methods across both lines including open market, participation on market facilities and delegated authority vehicles.
The Syndicate will adjust and settle valid claims in a fair, reasonable and timely manner. We shall establish appropriate reserves expeditiously upon receipt of information that is sufficient to form a view based upon exposure, liability and quantum.
Our Risk Management team is responsible for identifying, assessing and managing risks to our business.
The key aim of exposure management at Dale is to process, record, monitor and assess underwriting exposure for the syndicate.