Direct Insurance advice and intermediary services for buyers of commercial insurance in all major sectors. Setting strategies, budgets, market tactics, self insurance plans and alternative forms of balance sheet transfer.
Major Sectors – heavy industries, oil ,gas and their byproducts, petrochemical, storage, distribution and transportation, operators, coal and mineral extraction, water, steam, power, renewables (wind and solar), telecommunication, contractors, consultants, service industries, property owners and developers, marine and aviation, financial institutions and professional advisers.
Providing end buyers with access to the global reinsurance capacity, both facultative or treaty.
No two insurance and reinsurance challenges are the same. IANDA concluded that there is not one broking house that can meet the strictest of criteria of being the best in every field and sector. Furthermore, only a limited number can aspire to the right blend of independence and entrepreneurial motivation. IANDA has the advantage of market knowledge and choice to share with clients. IANDA will always set out to secure the best broking house for the client in question. In 2003, Ianda was established to assist the emerging markets in the correct selection of broking outlets in the London market for the placement of high vertical value risk. With this belief that no one broking house is the best for every risk, IANDA Limited has access to a number of leading broking houses. This provides the best combination of independent advice and the strength of the selected broker.
Working in partnership with three major international Lloyd's broking companies, an independent perspective can still be applied to ensure that such access to the market is optimised.
Major Products - standalone and package risks, on and offshore operating and builders risks, specialist liabilities including pollution and clean up, financial loss, cargo, transportation, tankers and hulls, war terrorism and political risk, international property, treaties, aviation risks, refuelling liabilities, financial institutions and professional liabilities. Formation of captives and self insurance plans also considered.