Nexus rolls out new excess and surplus offering

Nexus Specialty has added a new excess and surplus offering to to its professional liability product range.

Both can be purchased on a standalone basis or alongside other management liability coverages such as D&O, EPLI, fiduciary, crime, employed lawyers and cyber.

CEO of the group, Adam Kembrooke, said: "Following the extremely successful launch of our Financial Lines division earlier this year, I am excited at the prospect of adding an E&S option to our existing suite of admitted coverage offerings. We have a broad appetite for private and not-for-profit businesses with revenues up to US$250m, coverage limits up to US$5m and the capability to write in all 50 states.”

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