G&T Brokers is a specialised independent insurance intermediary, fully committed to supporting our business partners across Europe and Latin America. Headquartered in London, we are an internationally experienced and enthusiastic team driven by a client focus strategy, supporting our clients in providing the right solution for their insurance and reinsurance needs.
Since 2008, we have been helping our clients build deep, insightful relationships with insurers, bringing them together to help with fast decision making and longer term strategic issues. We bring the right insurance solution and apply the right capabilities and expertise to your business challenges. We build solutions to your challenges using our capabilities in three areas: placing binding authorities, open market placements and full cycle underwriting services.
We want our business partners to see G&T Brokers as a responsive and effective alternative to the major insurance players. Our independence and flexibility enables us to deliver high levels of service both to our local partners and the carriers with which we place our clients' business.
We understand your day-to-day activity and needs, and we can advise you and design a bespoke service to reach your business objectives. G&T Brokers wants to offer a great service experience connecting you with people who will share and support your vision.
We are specialists in providing insurance solutions to professionals for liability for breach of professional duty, negligence, civil liability and financial losses suffered by their clients, arising out of advice and services performed for a fee. We offer coverage on a worldwide basis for a wide range of professions including Solicitors, Accountants, Architects, Engineers, Design & Construct, Lloyd’s/Non Lloyd’s Insurance Brokers, Technology companies and Media risks.
A surety bond is a guarantee to pay a loss sustained as a result of a breach of contractual or legal obligations. Strictly speaking, a surety bond is a contract of guarantee, not of insurance and involves three persons: the contractor, who puts the bond in place, the employer, who is contracting with the contractor and requires the surety bond to be provided, and the guarantor, who may be an insurer. In the event of the contractor’s default, the guarantor compensates the employer for any losses incurred.
If a accident or fire destroys your shop or inventory scheduled for delivery, you want to be confident that your business can recover with as little disruption as possible. With property insurance, you can protect your business space as well as its contents. You can even elect to cover lost income or additional expenses incurred while your business is closed. The target is high-quality commercial companies and small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs) demonstrating good risk management practices.