Working closely with our clients and their brokers to deliver innovative and effective casualty reinsurance products.
- A wide range of casualty reinsurance products
- Proportional, catastrophe treaty, excess of loss, and stop-loss cover
- Focused on mutual, regional and specialty carriers
We underwrite a broad spectrum of casualty reinsurance classes for mutual, regional and specialty insurance carriers, as well as RRGs and captives, in the US and Canada. Worldwide cover is provided by our international casualty reinsurance colleagues.
Writing both working layer and catastrophe structures, our expertise covers key business lines, including casualty catastrophe, medical malpractice and workers’ compensation.
Why work with us
Our close relationships with our clients and their brokers are underpinned by our depth of knowledge in the casualty classes we offer, the quality of our contract execution and our commitment to providing innovative products that deliver when needed.
Our product lines
Offering proportional, catastrophe treaty, excess of loss and stop-loss reinsurance, our core products include:
- Casualty catastrophe
- General liability
- Medical malpractice liability
- Professional liability
- WCA catastrophe
- Workers’ compensation per person XOL
Brokers can find us at Lloyd's: Box 250B
For more information about North American casualty reinsurance from Barbican, contact:
Ondine joined Barbican in March 2011 and is business group leader for casualty treaty, HPL and GL.
Prior to joining the company, she was at Faraday Syndicate 435 where she wrote a lead book on US casualty reinsurance.
Ondine brings over fifteen years extensive experience of treaty underwriting to Barbican. After an MSc in insurance and risk management at CASS Business School, she joined Zurich Re in 1997 to train on the property side. In 1999, Ondine joined Alea in London and moved on to casualty, underwriting both treaty and binding authority business.
Lucy joined Barbican in January 2014 and is underwriting manager for North American casualty reinsurance.
Lucy was previously at Aspen Re and, prior to her departure, was the acting lead underwriter for the US casualty department in London. Lucy has worked across a broad range of treaty and facultative reinsurance lines, including medical malpractice, hospitals, professional liability and general liability. Lucy spent eight and a half years at Aspen, having joined immediately after graduating from university with a degree in economics with actuarial studies.
Lucy is ACII qualified.
George joined Barbican in September 2015 and is underwriting assistant for North American casualty treaty.
George joined Barbican after graduating from Exeter University with a degree in Economics. George was very familiar with the company, having completed five separate work experience stints at Barbican during his 6th form and university holidays.
Barbican at the Box
BOX 250 T: +44 (0) 20 7327 8291