Graduate blog | Zara Fountaine | Tuesday 26 March 2013, 1:55PM
Whether you’re prepared to admit it or not, everyone loves a fun fact.
Graduate blog | Andrew Mackenzie | Thursday 21 March 2013, 11:11AM
Built for Carnival Cruise Lines, the MS Costa Concordia was one of the largest ships to be built by Italian shipyards.
Graduate blog | Hannah Greenwood | Wednesday 27 February 2013, 12:00AM
The superstitious among us may be feeling a little uneasy about the months ahead but in the world of insurance, each new year brings with it a host of risks and uncertainties.
Graduate blog | Laura Gadsdon | Wednesday 13 February 2013, 2:23PM
When I joined Lloyd’s in September 2012 on the generalist graduate programme, I decided to spend my first six month placement in the marketing team.
Graduate blog | Paul Chesworth | Thursday 24 January 2013, 12:30PM
One of the biggest problems the insurance industry faces in attracting new graduates is trying to convince them that it isn’t all about nodding dogs and price comparison websites.
Graduate blog | Andrew Mackenzie | Wednesday 23 January 2013, 2:04PM
In response to the threat of piracy in the Indian Ocean, greater efforts have been made to combat Somali pirate operations. Under the leadership of Simon Murray, millionaire tycoon and chairman of commodity trader, Glencore, a private navy has been established, coined Typhon.
Graduate blog | Charlie Kinnersley | Tuesday 18 December 2012, 9:51AM
Sixteen months ago I was in my last seminar at university studying English literature. Today I am in the risk management department of Lloyd’s assisting in the production of the annual ORSA. What’s the connection between these two things? Not much.
Graduate blog | Zara Fountaine | Thursday 13 December 2012, 12:00AM
When answering the big ‘why Lloyd’s?’ question, ‘unique’ and ‘original’ are two words that repeatedly crop-up.
Graduate blog | Hannah Greenwood | Wednesday 05 December 2012, 9:03AM
Superstorm Sandy has reminded us that even the most economically developed countries are vulnerable to catastrophic risks. While a city like New York might have comprehensive insurance coverage and disaster action plans, effects are still widely spread and loss estimates could amount to billions.
Graduate blog | Cordelia Witton | Tuesday 27 November 2012, 8:30AM
Lloyd’s study on global underinsurance shows a substantial shortfall between levels of insurance and the annual cost of catastrophic events in key economies. One case study explores the devastating impact of the floods in Thailand in 2011 – an event which gave me first-hand experience of the challenges of post-catastrophe recovery.