Japan England Insurance Brokers Limited (JEIB) was the first Japanese Insurance Broking company to be established in the London Insurance market. We started business in 1986 as a joint venture of Japanese and British private and corporate investors.
Our expertise and stature, particularly in the Japanese business community, has been well proven, and we can provide a high level and quality of service in English and Japanese for companies of any standing.
We would be very pleased to discuss your insurance requirements with you and, if appropriate, to carry out a strictly confidential review of your current insurance arrangements at no cost or obligation to you.
The extensive range of risks we place on a regular basis includes:
Even with a well-planned risk management program in place, disasters can occur at any time, and statistics show that half of companies which have suffered large losses from fire have suspended business, even if it is just for a short term period. Analysing your risk and setting up a risk management program is a key to your business. And we would be pleased to discuss your insurance requirements with you at no cost or obligation to you.
|Name||Japan England Insurance Brokers Limited, trading as JEIB|
|Registered Address||First Floor, 3 London Wall Buildings, 3 London Wall Buildings, London EC2M 5PD|
|Shareholders||Japan England International Services Limited
Sompo Japan Nipponkoa Insurance Co. (Europe) Ltd
Staple Hall Investments Limited
MST Risk Consulting
|Numbers of Employees||30 (group total)|
If you wish to contact us regarding our products, our service or anything else you think we should know please complete our Feedback Form below. Alternatively, you can email us on firstname.lastname@example.org.
Address: First Floor, 3 London Wall Buildings London EC2M 5PD
Tel: 020 7847 8600
Fax: 020 7847 8601
The Insurance Act 2015, updated insurance law in respect of general insurance for commercial customers came into force on 12th August 2016, changing the current law under the Marine Insurance Act 1906, follows the principles of the Consumer Insurance (Disclosure & Representation) Act 2012.