Combining accident and health experience with underwriting expertise to deliver tailored solutions.
Swift underwriting decisions
High levels of expertise and customer service
A broad risk appetite and open-minded approach
Why work with us
We pride ourselves on the quality and speed of service we provide to our brokers. Our broad risk appetite means that we encourage brokers to give us the opportunity to consider even the most challenging risks. We guarantee an open-minded approach and swift response.
Our product lines
We offer a comprehensive range of accident and health products on a worldwide basis. We provide limits of USD 5m for any one person, USD 15m for any one event across the following key lines of business:
- Aviation / Loss of licence
- Credit card
- Evacuation and repatriation (medical and political)
- Event accumulation
- Facultative reinsurance
- Group accident and health
- Key person
- Nuclear, chemical and biological
- Occupational accident
- Ship and yacht crew
- Treaty reinsurance
- War and terrorism
Brokers can find us at Lloyd's: Box 138.
For more information about accident & health insurance, contact:
Ondine joined in March 2011 and is head of insurance, overseeing Syndicate 1955's insurance lines.
When she first joined the company, she was originally responsible for US Casualty treaty. Over time, her responsibilities expanded to include International Casualty treaty, Healthcare and A&H insurance and more recently she moved solely to insurance lines.
Prior to joining the company, she was at Faraday Syndicate 435 where she wrote a lead book of US casualty reinsurance and hospital business.
Ondine brings over twenty years extensive underwriting experience after graduating with an MSc in insurance and risk management at CASS Business School.
Georgina joined the company in October 2017 and is assistant underwriter for accident & health.
Georgina has five years of experience in the Lloyd’s market prior to joining Barbican.
Georgina is working towards ACII accreditation. Georgina also holds a first-class honours degree from the University of Nottingham.