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Full contact details of all our offices can be found via the Country links above. For other enquiries please contact:

Primassure Group: Alan Harvey
Primassure Website Editor: Alan Harvey
Primassure Group Claims Manager: James Flood
Primassure Holdings AG: Claude Kuy
Primassure (Suisse) SA: Alan Harvey
Primassure Scotland: Scott Meechan
Primassure (Australia) Pty. Ltd.: Ann Keenan
Primassure Hong Kong: Joan Lai
Caplloyd A/S: Flemming Meyendorff
Primassure Ltd Office Administrator: Heather Sandoe
Primassure Complaints: Alan Harvey

For other brokers:

Primassure prefers to deal with our clients direct as we feel that gives us the best understanding of their business and their insurance requirements. However if you are an insurance broker and have a number of jewellery, diamond or fine art customers and would like them to benefit from the products we offer, please contact Alan Harvey at the email address above and we can discuss possibilities.

Primassure is also continually seeking to expand its network and is always in negotiations to open new offices, so if you are a regulated insurance broker in your country, have experience in our field of insurance and would like to discuss becoming part of the Primassure group of companies, please contact us.

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