The world’s getting smaller. Yet risks to business just keep on getting bigger. Operating internationally exposes companies to many new challenges, creating the need for a complex mix of local and global insurance programmes, with in-country legal and tax compliance.

We can design a global insurance programme to fit your precise needs, to create harmonised cover across a worldwide risk portfolio. With centralised control to ensure consistency of cover, cost control and complete reassurance.

What we do

• Risk evaluation and programme design
• Access to local expertise in over 100 countries
• Compliance with local insurance legislation
• Advise on local insurance taxation requirement
• Deal with communication difficulties and time differences
• Evaluate the suitability of local insurers
• Continuous programme management
• In-country assistance with claims handling
• Central control of coverage and premium expenditure
• Act as a vehicle for global approach to risk management

International insurance to protect
your interests in all four corners of the earth
Global reach
Keeping your organisation in good company

We’re founder members and active partners in Brokerslink, a global broking company that brings together market-leading, independent brokers to provide

  • Global insurance broking services
  • International market connections
  • World-class consulting
  • Enterprise risk management

Its unique structure and ownership, with shareholders from across the network, provides multinational clients and insurance markets access to innovative insurance products and risk management services around the world.

Our affiliation extends our coverage from the UK and allows us to leverage a network of over 18,000 insurance professionals with expert local knowledge in 110 countries.

All of which gives us truly global risk management and insurance reach, helping our clients deliver successful programmes anywhere around the globe.

BRIDGE International

Roscoe Fawcett

Director of International

David Horne

Associate Director