Lloyd's Insurance Brokers
UK and International
About Our Firm
How It All Began
Our history can be traced back to 1958 when the company was called Mardling Bishop & Co.
It was bought by John Bannerman in 1966 where it soon registered as a Lloyd's Insurance Broker. In 2007 John Bannerman Ltd. merged with Rendell & Partners to become what it is today, Bannerman Rendell Ltd.
We are an independently owned Lloyd's of London Insurance Broker. We have developed expertise across a wide range of insurances including Marine Cargo and Small Craft, Property and Casualty, Professional Risks, Specie, Personal Household, Property Owners, Personal Accident and Travel.
At Bannerman Rendell we understand that our homes are not only a significant financial investment, but the core around which our daily lives revolve. Choosing the right household insurance policy should be as important as choosing the home itself.
For our larger corporate clients we tailor insurance programmes to meet specific requirements, taking into account both their existing and anticipated risk profiles as their businesses develop.
Our personal accident and travel department specialise in international wholesale business. This includes students from the worlds leading universities travelling around the world, to major international corporations and their staff.
Our cyber liability team strive to design and deliver insurance solutions that will protect your business if it experiences a data breach or is the subject of a cyber attack.
Professional & Financial Lines
Our specialist financial lines team cater for international directors and officers insurance for general businesses and financial institutions. In addition, we also specialise in professional indemnity for all professions.
Specie, Jewellers Block & Fine Art
The long-term relationships our team have built with underwriters enables us to find solutions for all our clients when placing this complex class of insurance.
Our administration team are always on hand to provide assistance with both accounts and premium payments.