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BAG SPONSOR – EQUINOX


Equinox Global is a specialist trade credit insurer that offers its clients improved certainty of cover, increased transparency, the maximum extent of cover possible and a personalised service. Equinox is owned by management and by Beazley Group and has access to the key markets through its offi ces in the UK, France, Germany, the Netherlands and the US.


EQUINOX GLOBAL Its unique business structure as an MGA, supported by Lloyd’s


syndicates, offers clients a fl exible and individualised approach to their trade credit insurance needs, underpinned by the strength and security of Lloyd’s of London’s renowned technical expertise and its A+ fi nancial strength rating.


Equinox Global’s sophisticated underwriting platform uses an


innovative, predictive, proprietary credit risk model which provides enhanced clarity when anticipating turns in the credit cycle. This clarity allows Equinox Global to provide greater levels of transparency and certainty of cover to customers.


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BADGES & LANYARD SPONSOR – LEXISNEXIS


LexisNexis Risk Solutions is a global leader of consumer intelligence products designed to fulfi l many business needs, including customer tracing, identity verifi cation, data cleansing and fraud investigation.


Utilising cutting edge web technology driven by a wealth of consumer data, our solutions improve tracing and debt collection activities and are employed by a variety of organisations in the credit industry.


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