Allianz Commercial backs MGA on marine products

Container ship at sea

Allianz Commercial has teamed up with ProMarine on a multi-product strategic underwriting and claims delegated authority agreement.

ProMarine, a specialised managing general agent and subsidiary of Canopy Specialty International, will underwrite and handle claims on behalf of Allianz Commercial.

The long-term collaboration targets the smaller commercial marine industry and vessel risks in the UK, Ireland and the continent of Europe.

The agreement has a £10m capacity and covers multiple marine and liability products including marine hull, protection and indemnity, general liability and employer’s liability.

Strategic business

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