XL Catlin offers new solution in France

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XL Catlin’s insurance operations in France have a new solution to address the insurance needs of construction engineering firms through a single product.

This solution covers material damage due to inherent defects for ten years after the completion of a construction project, in accordance with French law, but also includes the traditional liability coverages that engineering firms need to operate, such as general casualty and professional indemnity.

Olivier Antiphon, underwriting manager, construction — France, said: “Construction insurance is very complex, especially for engineering firms. That is why we designed an all-in-one straightforward solution that provides comprehensive coverage, by combining our liability and construction underwriting expertise.”

Bermudian-based XL Catlin offers solutions to international companies that manage construction projects across the world, through global programmes, as well as French-specific coverages for construction professionals in France.

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Published Mar 2, 2018 at 8:00 am (Updated Mar 2, 2018 at 12:16 am)

XL Catlin offers new solution in France

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