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Antares places Lloyd’s China operation into run-off

3rd February 2021 - Author: Charlie Wood

Antares, the Lloyd’s specialist re/insurance subsidiary of QIC Global, has placed Syndicate 1274’s Lloyd’s China operation into run-off.

antares-logoAntares will cease accepting new/renewal business through the Lloyd’s China platform from March 1.

Moving forward, Chinese business will be written out of Antares Singapore.

Existing policies will continue to provide cover on existing terms and conditions until natural expiry.

Antares Asia, operating from Lloyd’s Singapore, will continue to underwrite as normal and maintain its current risk appetite.

“Antares Asia is focussed on delivering expert, tailored solutions for specialist lines in the region,” said Li Shan Yeo, Chief Executive Officer of Antares Asia.

“We continue to evaluate our book in real time and ameliorate our portfolio to deliver adequate returns on our capital.

“Our expert Singapore team provide world-class underwriting services and our clients in China will continue to have access to our market-leading specialist insurance and reinsurance solutions through Lloyd’s Asia.

“All existing policies written by Antares Underwriting Division of Lloyd’s China remain in force and a team to manage our run-off book is in place for all claims and enquiries.”

Mark Graham, CEO of Antares, added, “Antares has a long-term commitment to the Asia Pacific region, and we continue to support our partners through our Singapore platform.

“We are in the final stages of our strategic review of operations, whose sole aim is to place our business on a secure and profitable footing for the future.

“This announcement today is a consequence of that review. I would like to thank Li Shan and the team at Antares Asia and look forward to working with them to provide underwriting services in Asia for many years to come.”

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