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

Accident & Health
Underwriting a diverse Accident & Health book more »
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 »
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

  • AJG buys Baker Tilly's employee benefits business

    Acquisitive broker Arthur J Gallagher has agreed a deal to buy the employee benefits solutions business of UK financial services firm Baker Tilly on undisclosed terms. The business has annualised revenues of around $11.5mn and the transaction is expected to close in the third qua...more »

  • Travelers loses $500mn asbestos claim case

    Travelers must pay over $500mn to victims of asbestos-related diseases after losing a US federal appeals court hearing to consider a settlement first approved by a judge in 2004, according to reports. The original settlement relates to asbestos manufacturer Johns Manville, which ...more »

  • Platinum: Cat prices could fall further

    Platinum Underwriters CEO Michael Price said on the company's second quarter earnings call that there is still room for property cat pricing to fall, although not by the double-digit reductions that have been observed this year. Even though rate reductions of 10-20 percent ha...more »

  • Ace beats on earnings as P&C top line growth continues

    Ace Limited generated second quarter operating profits of $825mn, or $2.42 a share that were up from $790mn, or $2.29 a share in the prior-year period and ahead of Wall Street analysts' consensus forecasts of $2.22 a share. The (re)insurer continued to report solid top line g...more »

  • Travelers shares down 4% on earnings miss and dimmed outlook

    Shares in Travelers closed down almost 4 percent today as investors punished the US insurance giant for missing earnings forecasts on Q2 catastrophe losses and industry analysts warned of dimming prospects for margin and multiple expansion. The P&C bellwether reported operati...more »

  • Last body found from Washington landslide that killed 43

    ARLINGTON, WASHINGTON (BNO NEWS) -- Rescue workers on Tuesday located the body of the last person who had remained missing since March 22 when a devastating landslide wiped out a small community in the U.S. state of Washington, officials said. It puts the total death toll at 4... more »

  • Train carrying MH17 victims arrives in government-held city

    KHARKIV, UKRAINE (BNO NEWS) -- A refrigerated train carrying the remains of up to 282 people who died in the crash of Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17 arrived Tuesday in the government-controlled Ukrainian city of Kharkiv, from where the remains will be flown to the Netherlands f... more »

  • Malaysia Airlines flight over war-torn Syria draws fresh criticism

    By Madison Iszler KUALA LUMPUR, MALAYSIA (BNO NEWS) -- A Malaysia Airlines passenger plane flying from Kuala Lumpur to London flew over Syria on Sunday, flight data showed, sparking a new wave of criticism for the airline just days after one of its airliners was shot d... more »

  • Death toll from Typhoon Rammasun reaches 33 in China

    By Madison Iszler BEIJING, CHINA (BNO NEWS) -- The death toll from Super Typhoon Rammasun has risen to at least 33 after seven more bodies were recovered, state-run media reported on Monday. The powerful storm made landfall in China on Friday after killing nearly 100 p... more »

  • Small plane crash in Arizona kills 4, sparks wildfire

    By Madison Iszler SEDONA, ARIZONA (BNO NEWS) -- A small plane crashed in northern Arizona on late Sunday afternoon, killing all four people on board and sparking a wildfire in Coconino National Forest, local authorities said on Monday. It was not immediately known who ... more »

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