StarStone at Lloyd’s
Through Syndicate 1301, StarStone offers a variety of products for small and middle market to multinational risks across several specialty business lines, including:
- Accident & Health, Sports PA, Loss of Licence
- Aviation, Construction
- Excess Casualty
- Marine: Cargo, Hull, Liability
- Property, Direct & Facultative
- Property Binders
- Power & Utilities
- Specie & Fine Art
- U.S. Healthcare
- Crisis Management: Political Risks and War & Terrorism
In addition to underwriting business directly at Lloyd’s in London, StarStone provides local access to Lloyd’s across Continental Europe – including in France, Germany, Italy, The Netherlands and Switzerland.
Healthcare business can be written locally from StarStone’s Jersey City office through StarStone U.S. Intermediaries Inc., which also holds Lloyd’s approval as a service company.
Lloyd’s is rated A (Excellent) by A.M. Best and A+ from Fitch Ratings and Standard & Poor’s – these ratings are applicable to all Lloyd’s syndicates, which also benefit from the Lloyd’s chain of security.
STARSTONE AT LLOYD’S TIMELINE
StarStone merges with Sideris Re Holdings Limited, allowing StarStone to write Construction business through Syndicate 2243. Read more.
StarStone opens for Marine, Aviation and Space business on the company floor gallery of the Lloyd’s building, London.
StarStone acquires Lloyd’s Syndicate 1301, effective January 1, 2012, enabling StarStone to write a range of niche specialty lines including Accident & Health, Property Direct & Facultative, Specie and Property Schemes. Read more.
StarStone acquires the renewal rights to CV Starr’s Continental European business – business written through Syndicate 1919. CV Starr’s Continental European underwriting team transfer to StarStone and business is renewed though Syndicate 2243, effective January 1, 2012. Read more.
All StarStone’ Lloyd’s business is now written through Syndicate 1301 to create a more efficient and effective platform for growth.
StarStone receives approval to launch new, stand-alone managing agency, StarStone Underwriting Management Limited. Read more.
StarStone receives permission to expand the capacity of Syndicate 1301 to £180 million and extends product offering to include International Excess Casualty and US Healthcare. Read more.
Syndicate 1301 is managed by StarStone Underwriting Limited, a Lloyd’s managing agency authorised by the Prudential Regulation Authority, regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority and the Prudential Regulation Authority.