Fee and commission income (1999):

Fee and commission income (1999):

Pre-tax profit (1999):

Head office:
Dawson House
5 Jewry Street
Tel: 020 7488 2345
Fax: 020 7265 1423

website: www.millerinsurance.co.uk

Major shareholders:
An employee trust has an interest in the shares of the group

Chief officer:
Graham Clarke

Clarke joined the Miller Insurance Group in 1982 and became managing director of its energy division in 1990. In May 2000, he became the group's first CEO. His insurance broking career started with Bain Dawes in 1974.

Company history:
Established in 1902 as a marine insurance broker, Thos R Miller (insurance) changed its name to The Miller Insurance Group in 1991. This was as a result of a programme of diversification into new specialist non-marine business, operating since 1974. Today the company offers expertise across a comprehensive range of specialist sectors and operates in the UK and internationally. Over the years, the group has built a network of joint ventures and associations with other like-minded brokers around the world, which gives clients access to international markets, supported by top-rated security.

Main lines of business:
Energy, marine, reinsurance, professional risks, accident and health, specie, financial institutions, property and liability, political credit and risks, and pensions.

Special schemes:
Miller operates various schemes for client groups such as CSSA (Computer Services
Software Association) and the TIA (Telecommunications Industry Association).

Number of UK branches:
Head office and two other offices in the UK.

Number of employees (average for 1999):

Greatest technological advance:
Setting up a purpose built extranet for the
group's managing general agent (MGA) clients in North America. Miller's North American extranet provides a wide range of facilities for MGAs. They can dial up to view available covers including policy wordings and proposal forms. Underwriting submissions can be made and special risks bound. MGAs can look up statistics for each of their covers over several years. Aggregate exposures are automatically calculated and available online for each country. These aggregates can also be displayed in map form with enlargement facilities.