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Tokio Marine Kiln enjoys a long-established position as a specialist insurer of accidental death, disability, sickness and term life covers for groups and individuals.
Bespoke policies are written for a number of high-risk categories, including professional athletes, entertainers, ships’ crews, and pilots. Our underwriters offer war and terrorism cover for security and logistical support personnel and those working on humanitarian projects.
Tokio Marine Kiln has several partners in both the travel insurance and credit card industries, and can provide a broad range of evacuation and repatriation options. We have also developed a growing book of medical expenses insurance and equine and bloodstock risks.
The life insurance team are market-leading specialists in developing life assurance solutions for difficult-to-place risks.
Our life portfolio consists of individuals and groups, unusual risks, lives working overseas, expatriates, hazardous occupations and pastimes and lives with medical problems.
We are highly innovative and react quickly to market needs; we were the first in the market to provide cover for people in the UK who are HIV positive.
We often cover risks that are difficult to place in local markets, are highly sub-standard, involve expatriates and include death from natural causes to complement personal accident cover. We specialise in expatriate, third country national and local national risks where employers and employees need to insure their lives while working abroad and are excluded from their normal group life cover, or are unable to purchase individual term life insurance and no local cover is available.
Our life underwriters write business in London at Lloyd’s for risks in the UK, continental Europe, the Americas, the Middle East and Asia. Our portfolio consists of individual and group accounts written through brokers as ‘open market’ business, under binding authorities or as facultative reinsurance.
We also write reinsurance treaties.