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

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 »
A complete range of Marine insurance  products more »

Personal Accident
Underwriting a diverse Personal Accident book more »
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

  • Bolt: 'Epic' excess capital hampering recovery

    Lloyd's director of performance Tom Bolt has blamed an "epic" excess of capital, too much regulation and a plethora of brokers in the market for the gloomy outlook at this year's Monte Carlo Rendez-Vous. Even the most seasoned Monte Carlo veterans were unlikely ...more »

  • AJG likely to acquire Capsicum Re in four years

    AJ Gallagher International (AJG) negotiated an option at inception to acquire the businesses that make up Capsicum Re four years after it was founded, The Insurance Insider can reveal. The deal would pave the way for the New York-listed intermediary to make a meaningful return to...more »

  • Canopius and Sompo contemplating $1bn+ reinsurer

    Japanese big three player Sompo Japan Nipponkoa Insurance and its newly acquired Lloyd's subsidiary Canopius are exploring the creation of a major separately capitalised reinsurance business, The Insurance Insider can reveal. Sources likened the structure being considered to ...more »

  • Korean Re and Patria Re planning Lloyd's sidecars

    Korean Re and Mexican carrier Patria Re are both looking to establish special purpose syndicates (SPSs) at Lloyd's for 2015, The Insurance Insider has learned. The interest from Korean Re and Patria Re is part of broader interest in Lloyd's from emerging market (re)insure...more »

  • Ironshore pondering Q1 IPO

    Ironshore is contemplating taking a second run at a flotation in the first quarter of 2015, The Insurance Insider can reveal. An IPO could value the company at between $2bn and $2.5bn. The major US excess and specialty lines writer filed an S-1 with the Securities and Exchange Co...more »

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