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Lavaretus establish Copenhagen branch

Lavaretus establish Copenhagen branch

17-01-2013 07:00:00

PRESS RELEASE: We are pleased to announce the establishment of our new branch office in Copenhagen where our strong and dedicated Underwriting and Claims teams are ready to offer lead and follower services for the Nordic marine market in all classes of products and segments.

At the same time we are also very proud to announce the establishment of LAVARETUS RISK ENGINEERING. Lavaretus Risk Engineering will be servicing clients within the Marine, Energy and Marine Finance sectors delivering market leading survey and risk management products in the Nordics as well as globally through our extensive worldwide network.

Furthermore, in order to provide our clients with excellent claims services we have established cooperation with independent Nordic Average Adjusters who will strengthen our claims adjustment services with their long-standing experience and knowledge within the marine market. The Average Adjusters will work closely with our team to ensure we always deliver high quality claims service.

As a Lloyd’s Coverholder we offer first class security, service and expertise.

For more information please contact our team below or visit our website www.lavaretus.com.

Source: Lavaretus Underwriting Copenhagen Branch

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