We are Nelson Policies at Lloyd's
A privately owned & fully accredited Lloyd’s of London coverholder, providing insurance solutions through a network of insurance intermediaries
Nelson Policies at Lloyd’s was established in 1984. We have evolved to become a market leading independent Managing General Agent, offering insurance intermediaries across the UK access to a range of insurance products designed to meet the needs of their Private & SME clients.
Why choose Nelson Policies at Lloyd’s?
We specialise in underwriting bespoke non-standard enquiries, risks that traditional insurance markets might turn away.
Our growing team has a wealth of expert underwriting experience and pride themselves on consistently delivering an unrivalled, innovative yet competitive insurance solution.
We provide transparent, comprehensive and timely policy documentation, that delivers appropriate risk transfer.
If you are looking to work with an insurance provider that strives to be your helpful and trusted insurance partner, contact Nelson Policies at Lloyd’s.
I’ve sent quite a few new enquiries over to Claire lately and even if they have been slightly obscure, you’ve been able to offer terms.
I just wanted to say how grateful I am for the quick turnaround on quotes and you’re always very prompt in responding to queries which doesn’t go unnoticed.
TEN Insurance Services
Dave Bennett is delighted with the service he is getting from Nelsons. Until I put this agency up he had never dealt with you before but has been really good for business and very nice people to deal with.
Blink Intermediary Solutions
The household team are great, very helpful and obliging I think sometimes we need a direct line to them!!
Quotations are great and we are trying to push as many through to you as possible. We have also passed on your details to our managed office in Weymouth.
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