Building on decades of experience and a strong capital base, the Argus Group provides a broad range of insurance, retirement and financial services to meet the needs of both businesses and individuals. Argus is one of the largest local insurers in Bermuda and is listed on the Bermuda Stock Exchange. Argus Group Holdings Limited and its subsidiaries operates in Gibraltar and Malta alongside Bermuda, underwriting the health, property and casualty insurance.
As the market leader in employee benefits, Argus is focused on providing innovative and progressive products, tools and services to over 45% of the
Bermuda private Pension sector and more than 60% of Group Health Benefits for international businesses in Bermuda. We also support a diverse commercial clientele for their varying property and casualty needs.
Delivering on our brand promise, ‘Our Interest Is You’, is core to the Argus culture and central to our role as a trusted partner. We help our clients
navigate through the everyday challenges of running effective operations while supporting their long-term business success.
We have adopted an integrated people-centric approach across our full range of services, which helps our members and insureds to be proactive
and maintain their physical and financial wellness; manage down their health costs; and plan for an enriched and fulfilling retirement. We are proud to be an industry catalyst, changing the conversation and driving forward thinking for ourselves and our clients.
At Argus, we take time to gain a deep understanding of the evolving needs of our clients, giving them a voice and an ally when influencing reform in our broader business communities and always strive to do the right thing on behalf of our customers, our staff and our business partners.
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