Liberty Specialty Markets

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  • About Liberty

    Liberty Specialty Markets offers specialty and commercial insurance and reinsurance products across key UK, European, Middle East, US and other international locations. We provide brokers and insureds with a broad range of products through both the Company and Lloyd’s markets and have over 1,700 staff in approximately 65 offices. Liberty Specialty Markets was established in September 2013 bringing together Liberty’s company, syndicate and reinsurance operations into one combined operation, composed of three business units: Commercial, Specialty, and Reinsurance (Liberty Mutual Re). This integrated approach means brokers and clients can benefit from our global reach and operating efficiencies.

    Liberty Specialty Markets is part of global insurer, Liberty Mutual Insurance Group, a diversified global insurer, formed in 1912 and headquartered in Boston, Massachusetts. Liberty Mutual is the 5th largest global insurer based on 2017 gross written premium, with over 50,000 employees in 30 countries and economies around the world. Our purpose is to help people embrace today and confidently pursue tomorrow. The promise we make to our customers throughout the world is to provide protection for the unexpected, delivered with care.  We achieve this by offering a full range of personal, commercial, and specialty Property & Casualty insurance coverages. Our customers’ trust has earned us the 68th spot on the Fortune 100 list of largest corporations in the U.S., based on 2017 revenue.

Liberty launches project in Rwanda with WaterAid


Liberty Specialty Markets has concluded its three-year project with international charity WaterAid in Madagascar.

Liberty is now embarking on a second three-year project in Rwanda, also partnering with WaterAid.

The project in Madagascar, which saw Liberty Specialty Markets donate £75,000 per year, has brought clean water to more than 42,000 people on the island and sanitation to over 15,000. Water points have been installed in 20 schools, and school health clubs have been established to promote good hygiene.

In addition to Liberty’s own corporate donation, staff raised funds to donate to the project in a variety of ways including running marathons, selling cakes and holding social events. In total, Liberty Specialty Markets and its staff raised over £350,000 in three years for the Madagascar project.

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