Jackson Lee Underwriting launches new wholesale Business Travel product at BIBA 2018






Jackson Lee Underwriting has today announced the launch of a new Business Travel insurance product.  Underwritten by Lloyd’s syndicate DTW1991 and benefiting from Lloyd’s ‘A’ rating, the product can be arranged as a standalone policy.

This policy has been created for business travellers and includes an easy to understand wording, allowing both brokers and their clients to be confident in their coverage.

Key features of the product include:
• Access to real-time underwriter advice for referrals and endorsements
• Cover for incidental holidays as standard
• Low minimum premium
• A “fit to fly” wording
• Pre-travel advice available from the assistance company
• Travel destination exclusion is based on the Foreign and Commonwealth Office advice

Jackson Lee Underwriting is both the BIBA approved Leisure Scheme and GAP Scheme provider and specialises in bringing a broad range of innovative niche insurance products to the broker market.

Nick Mohan, Joint Managing Director of Jackson Lee Underwriting, comments: “We are delighted to be showcasing the launch of our new Business Travel product at this year’s BIBA Conference on Stand B70. It will make a popular addition to our product suite”.

All of Jackson Lee’s products, including the new Business Travel policy, are available to brokers through its online broker facility ABEL. There is no minimum account size required for access to the system. Business Travel has been developed as an additional product for brokers who are looking for flexible Business Travel Insurance, which is easily accessible with excellent insurer security.


For further information, please contact SJ Wrigley at Spotlight Consulting on 07909546104 or sj@spotlightconsulting.co.uk

Notes to editors
Jackson Lee Underwriting is an MGA with offices in London, Devon and Warwickshire. It has been the BIBA approved GAP scheme provider since 2012 and specialises in bringing a broad range of innovative niche insurance products to the broker market.

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