The international insurance and reinsurance markets are built on expertise and relationships – and rein4ce is a public relations company created specifically to provide the specialist PR advice they require.
Our staff have worked in the insurance and reinsurance media, so they understand the industry – meaning you won’t need to waste time and energy explaining how the market works.
The company has close contacts with key journalists that are built on trust, allowing us to represent our clients effectively in the media that matters most to them.
Rein4ce has developed a niche expertise in social media, helping companies get to grips with this new way of communicating, though strategy development, training and content delivery.
Our expert understanding of the industry helps us create effective communications strategies that deliver the type of information the media needs, enabling your business to build its reputation in the market.
Rein4ce is trusted to help promote international insurance and reinsurance events. In 2016 the company was the official PR agency for The Economist Insurance Summit in London and is a media partner for the 16th annual SIFMA Insurance and Risked-Linked Securities conference in Miami.
Our hard-working staff are committed to providing our clients - and the journalists they deal with – a service that is friendly and enthusiastic as well as professional.
Rein4ce supporting partner again for FT Future of Insurance conference
Specialist insurance and reinsurance communications and public relations agency Rein4ce is delighted to be a supporting partner of the FT Future of Insurance conference for the second year running.Read more
Would you insure a politician’s promise? This Lady is for Turningby Helen Smith
Prime Minister Theresa May performed one of the biggest u-turns in political history on Tuesday when she made the surprise announcement to hold a snap general election in June. No one in Westminster saw this coming, especially in light of the fact that the PM had been emphatic that there would be no election before 2020. This raises an interesting question for the insurance world: would any insurance company consider insuring a politician’s promise?Read more