CNA Hardy has said goodbye to property treaty, marine hull, and CAR/EAR (construction/erection all risk) on the Lloyd’s platform.
Effectively immediately, the specialist commercial insurer will no longer write the lines – which it said had struggled to deliver consistent profitability even amid improving market conditions – at Lloyd’s. According to CNA Hardy, the three classes combined represented a small component of the firm’s business.
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