Intelligent underwriting of Accident, Aviation,
Crisis Management, Marine & Property insurance

Who are we?

W. R. Berkley Syndicate 1967 is a Lloyd’s syndicate specialising in underwriting a worldwide portfolio of insurance and reinsurance risks . more »

Our Mission

To establish W. R. Berkley Syndicate 1967 as one of the leading underwriters of choice in the Lloyd’s Market.

We aim to combine the excellent reputation and trading environment that is the hallmark of Lloyd’s with the expertise and resources available to member companies of W. R. Berkley Corporation.

Lloyd's Underwriters
A Berkley Company

Our Products

Aviation
Underwriting a broad range of Aviation products  more »
Berkley & Consortia
Covering a wide range of niche products more »

Crisis Management
Insurance solutions for a wide range of Political and Contingency risks more »
Marine
A complete range of Marine insurance  products more »

Personal Accident
Underwriting a diverse Personal Accident book more »
Property
A worldwide portfolio of direct & facultative insurance  more »

W. R. Berkley Network

Due to the varied needs of our clients, insurance solutions are required on a global basis. The Berkley group is comprised of more than 40 operating units participating in specialised areas of the insurance market worldwide. more »

News Feeds

  • Allied World realigns insurance operations for 'selective' growth

    Allied World is repositioning its primary operations as North American insurance and global markets insurance as it looks to position itself for further growth opportunities. The Swiss-based carrier announced the move as it reported third quarter operating profits of $60.6mn, or ...more »

  • Gonzalo Bermuda losses to cost insurers $200mn-400mn: AIR

    Cat modelling firm AIR Worldwide has put a range of $200mn to $400mn on estimated insured losses from Hurricane Gonzalo in Bermuda. The firm said that damage caused by the storm was not as bad as it could have been because Gonzalo's eye - the calm of the storm - enveloped t...more »

  • ANV Syndicate 1861 hires head of energy

    John Hopper has joined ANV Syndicate 1861 at Lloyd's to lead its energy underwriting team, the firm announced today (22 October). Hopper arrives after five years in the offshore energy division at AIG. Before this he worked as a broker at JLT and Sedgwick. Commenting on the h...more »

  • New life reporting could trigger higher UK costs: EY

    A blanket common reporting standard (CRS) could lead to disproportionate costs of up to £100mn for UK life insurers with legacy policies, EY said today (22 October). EY explained that according to the CRS consultation - which aims to fit in with the US Foreign Account Tax Co...more »

  • Lloyd's approves first Turkish broker

    Lloyd's yesterday (22 October) gave approval to the first Turkish broker to operate in the London market. Turker Broker is a primary and reinsurance intermediary that will place business into Lloyd's. The market's director of performance Tom Bolt announced that the pa...more »

  • N Korea releases American tourist Jeffrey Fowle after 5 months

    PYONGYANG, NORTH KOREA (BNO NEWS) -- American tourist Jeffrey Fowle, who was arrested earlier this year after leaving a Bible in a hotel where he had been staying, was released by North Korea on Tuesday and flown to Guam, U.S. officials said. Two other Americans remain impriso... more »

  • Deadly 2013 plane crash at Ga airport was caused by pilot error, fatigue

    WASHINGTON, D.C. (BNO NEWS) -- The crash of a business jet at a regional airport in eastern Georgia more than 1.5 year ago, which killed five passengers and injured the two surviving pilots, was caused by a combination of pilot error and fatigue, according to an official repor... more »

  • CEO of oil giant Total killed in Moscow plane crash

    MOSCOW, RUSSIA (BNO NEWS) -- Chairman and CEO Christophe de Margerie of French oil giant Total was among at least four people killed when his business plane collided with a snowplow while attempting to take off from a Moscow airport, emergency officials and the company confirm... more »

  • 22 injured as severe turbulence hits Mumbai-bound flight

    MUMBAI, INDIA (BNO NEWS) -- Nearly two dozen people have been injured after severe turbulence hit a Singapore Airlines passenger plane while it was landing in the Indian city of Mumbai, airline officials said on Sunday. Most of the victims were released within hours but two re... more »

  • Texas hospital admits mistakes in handling 1st Ebola case

    DALLAS, TEXAS (BNO NEWS) -- A Texas hospital has admitted that it made a number of mistakes in the initial treatment of a Liberian man who turned out to be infected with Ebola, but the hospital's chief executive said it remains under investigation how two of its nurses also be... more »

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