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SRS Underwriting Agency Pty Ltd

 

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SRS is only accessible through an insurance broker. 

SRS is Australia’s leading Lloyd's of London Underwriting Agency with underwriting offices in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane. 

Founded in 1992 in order to provide innovative, highly customised insurance solutions to Australia’s General Insurance Brokers, SRS brought a unique perspective to a market which until then lacked the flexibility to fully satisfy the needs of Brokers and their clients. 

Today, the team at SRS continues to strive to exceed these expectations by providing professional and flexible solutions across most major and many boutique general insurance product lines.  SRS continues to seek new products to add to its already impressive portfolio which sees insurance underwritten on behalf of Lloyd's Underwriters with an aggregate premium income limit in excess of $70 million. 

With one of its directors based in London, SRS benefits from daily direct contact with the Lloyd's Underwriting market.  Of utmost importance, this unique relationship has enabled SRS to cultivate long term relationships with an enviable stable of underwriting partners who are ranked within the highest tier in the London Market.
 
With the original client service ethos still as important today as ever SRS exploits time zone differences to ensure SRS never sleeps. 

It is little wonder that SRS is considered as a "Gateway to Lloyds". 

 

Insurance Products:

 

  • Property
  • Liability
  • Commercial Motor
  • Construction
  • Accident & Health
  • Contingency
  • Professional Indemnity
  • Entertainment & Events
  • Prestige Home Insurance

 

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NB: The above information is taken from the company’s website and is current as of March 2010.

 
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