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Our experienced broking department has been placing binding authority business through Lloyd’s, London and International markets for over 30 years.

Our philosophy is to cultivate long-term contracts by bringing our customers and their expertise together with strong, committed markets.  The combination of our experience in managing binding authorities and our technological capabilities has empowered us to establish collaborative relationships with our markets, enabling us to provide a wide range of delegated contracts.

We understand the best way to promote a new customer or new proposal to achieve success with the most fitting markets.  We manage and facilitate the entire process of obtaining a new binding authority, from outline plan to signed contract. 

Our technological systems, claims support, and data analysis enable effortless management and reporting between our customers and their supporting markets.

We work closely with our Managed Underwriting team and have developed the ability to combine our Lloyd's, Great Lakes and other markets’ policies to expand the binding authority capacity provided. Our focus is on providing the right solution for our customers while understanding the needs of capacity providers.

The Bell & Clements Broking department has particular binding authority expertise in the following areas:

Customers are provided with flexibility of rate and terms and access to natural catastrophe capacity. This product is largely non-prescriptive on class or risk attribute.

Coverage is focused on homeowner and dwelling products. Customers are provided with flexibility of rate and terms and access to natural catastrophe capacity. This product is largely non-prescriptive on risk attributes, and can offer a high risk limit.

A wide variety of transportation and related coverages are available, including auto physical damage, motor truck cargo, dealers’ open lot, garage keepers’ legal liability and contractors’ equipment and other inland marine risks.

Full DIC and standalone coverage considered, with an emphasis on earthquake and flood.