Our policy administration is fully integrated with each producer's sales and underwriting teams. We ensure the smooth transition from point of sale to the issuance of a policy. Questions regarding premium remittance, licensing or policy issuance can be sent to our Policy Administration department.

Policy requests

You may request a sample policy or a copy of your in-force policy below. If requesting a sample, type “Sample” in the message box.

Premium accounting

Premium payments

Premium payments are due on the first of the month. Payment should be submitted along with the Premium and Enrollment Worksheet. Customized worksheets are permitted, as long as the worksheet includes the following information:

  1. Month for which payment being made is applicable
  2. Group name and policy number
  3. Listing of rates being remitted (must document whether or not rates are on a gross or net basis)
  4. Enrollment counts for the month being remitted (adjustments must be documented)
  5. Calculation of total monthly premium

All premium payments should be made payable to QBE Insurance Corporation and sent to: QBE North America
P.O. Box 28034
New York, NY 10087-8034

For payments made by ACH/wire:
J.P. Morgan Chase
Routing # 021000021
Account # 831149315
Account Name: QBE Insurance Corp Concentration Account

ACH/Wire payments:
JPMorgan Chase Bank NA
ABA #021000021
Account #339792571
Account Name: QBE Insurance Corporation Concentration Account
Please remit backup documentation at time of transfer to premium@qbeah.com
Pay your A&H bill

Late premium

Premium is considered past due if it is not received by the end of the established policy grace period (31 days). We notify all producers of policyholders whose premiums have not been received by the 10th of the following month. The notice informs the producer, which is also deemed to be a notice to the policyholder, that the premium has not been received and termination or a voiding of the policy may take place without further notice. Any late notification correspondence from QBE is considered a courtesy and is not required by the Policy.

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