MIRA 2023

Thank you for visiting us at this year’s Mining Insurance and Risk Association conference.

Discover smarter ways to manage your risk with reinstatement cost assessments and Rushton International, learn from our experts and uncover your value. More information on our specialist sector knowledge and experience in mining valuations can be found below.

Mines we have valued across the globe

Underinsurance in the mining sector

99% of new clients we valued have been underinsured, this is typical across all industries.

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    About Rushton International

    Rushton International is an independent and impartial asset valuation and advisory firm. We specialise in the valuation of plant, equipment and buildings for insurance purposes. With our team of qualified and accredited valuers, we have the experience, qualifications and expertise to value any asset, anywhere in the world.

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      Insurance Valuations

      Insurance Valuations

      Rushton International is a tried and trusted name in insurance valuations. Our valuation advice assists clients, risk managers and their brokers to accurately and confidentially set sums insured for the fixed assets in their insurance programme.

      Financial Valuation

      Financial Valuations

      We work with our clients to deliver comprehensive valuation advice for financial reporting purposes. By using our sector experience and market knowledge we are able to assist with the valuation of plant, equipment and other specialised assets in order to estimate fair value for GAAP and IFRS financial reporting purposes.

      Asset Management

      Asset Management

      Rushton International provides asset management solutions that are tailored to our clients’ needs. Our work ranges from asset verification, preparation of computerised asset registers and updating asset registers.


      £65Bn of valued annually

      500+ valuation assignments conducted each year

      Over visited

      of clients are incorrectly insured