Berkley European Underwriters (BEU) was established in Norway in 2019.
- BEU has an office in Oslo (Rådhusgata 17)
- BEU is owned by W. R. Berkley European Holdings AG in Switzerland.
- BEU has a license from the Norwegian FSA as an insurance agent and is licensed to underwrite insurance in all EEA countries (cross-border)..
- BEU has a Branch in the UK which is authorised by the UK Financial Conduct Authority.
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BEU UK Branch disclosure from 1 July 2023
Berkley European Underwriters AS is incorporated in Norway with the liability of its shareholders limited pursuant to the Norwegian Private Limited Companies Act 1997; Share capital: NOK 3,930,000 ; Brønnøysundregistrene registered number: 821 825 512.
Registered Office: Rådhusgata 17, N-0158, Oslo, Norway.
Berkley European Underwriters AS UK Branch is the UK establishment of Berkley European Underwriters AS, with place of registration and principal place of business at Level 13,The Scalpel, 52 Lime Street, London EC3M 7AF. UK Companies House registered number: BR021689.
Berkley European Underwriters AS (including its UK Branch) is authorised and regulated by the Financial Supervisory Authority of Norway and the UK Financial Conduct Authority under Firm Reference Number 984276.
These details can be verified via the following links: https://www.finanstilsynet.no/en/finanstilsynets-registry/details/?id=200246 and https://register.fca.org.uk/s/firm?id=0014G0000322WHhQAM
When acting in connection with a contract of (Re)Insurance, Employees or representatives only represent Berkley European Underwriters SA in Norway and do not carry out any regulated activities through Berkley European Underwriters SA UK Branch other than as maybe necessary to assist the insurance distribution activities of Berkley European Underwriters SA in Norway. All business is conducted from, or for, Berkley European Underwriters SA in Norway, in accordance with the applicable laws of Norway and any conduct regulation is the responsibility of the Norwegian FSA and/or where relevant, another relevant EEA regulator.