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Specialist insurance broker Miller opens a new branch in Geneva

London wholesale and specialist reinsurance broker Miller Insurance Services expands its activities by opening a new branch in Geneva.

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The canton being a truly international business location hosting over 900 multinational companies and numerous international organizations, choosing Geneva was no coincidence for Miller.

Miller has announced the future opening of its new branch in Geneva, which will initially focus on offering best-in-class credit and political risks solutions to new and existing clients, including financial institutions, commodity traders, exporters and investors.

“Our Geneva branch will allow us to provide clients with easier access to our unique service proposition,” explains Arnaud Froideval, Head of Miller’s European credit and political risk team. “This is a natural and exciting step in Miller’s growth strategy, demonstrating our commitment to clients in the region, and achieving our ambitions of being the specialist credit and political risks broker of choice.”

A strategic location for further expansion plans

Operating from London, Paris, Singapore and now Geneva, Miller is a recognized expert in arranging tailored insurance programs for international banks, commodity traders and industrial firms. This includes political risks, trade credit, terrorism and political violence, supply chain (including cargo and stocks) and trade disruption. Working with large risk managed organizations and captives, the company currently employs around 650 people worldwide and counts over 4’500 clients globally.

Choosing Geneva was no coincidence for Miller, the canton being a truly international business location hosting over 900 multinational companies (including 130 headquarters) and numerous international organizations. Further expansion plans are also underway to broaden the remit of Miller’s Geneva hub to other insurance lines.

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