Graduate blog | Gabija Radvilaite | Wednesday 11 December 2013, 2:11PM
It is that time of year again – the end of renewal season. Walking through the underwriting room you can’t help but notice the bigger than usual buzz as the 1 January fast approaches. While underwriters and brokers are busier than ever on the ground floor of the building, it is a quiet time for some of the other residents at Lloyd’s.
Graduate blog | Kayne Sheppard | Friday 29 November 2013, 2:28PM
It is fair to say that insurance is painfully misunderstood as an industry; mention the ‘L-word’ to your average passer-by, and tacky adverts and call centres are likely to spring to their mind. Take insurance in its Square Mile surroundings, however, and to many people it will mean majestic buildings playing host to well-established, domineering firms.
Graduate blog | Joshua Knight | Friday 22 November 2013, 2:13PM
At 325 years old, Lloyd’s is no spring chicken. Nevertheless, Lloyd’s has always been a pioneer when it comes to insuring new and complex risks.
Graduate blog | Gabija Radvilaite | Tuesday 12 November 2013, 3:24PM
The creator of the space I work in is Richard Rogers – an architect famous and admired for his radical take on modern architecture, a pioneer of some influential trends and features in modern designs.
Graduate blog | Hector Witt | Tuesday 05 November 2013, 9:45AM
While I think the feeling of disbelief that comes with wearing a suit and walking up the steps of the Lloyd’s building will take a while to wear off, I do now feel like a fully-fledged Lloyd’s graduate.
Graduate blog | Stuart Hollins | Monday 28 October 2013, 12:20PM
When imagining my first week at Lloyd’s, constructing wooden boxes and treading in a new bark path in East London certainly wasn’t what I envisaged.
Graduate blog | Devki Patel | Monday 21 October 2013, 3:00PM
Since starting at Lloyd’s on the generalist graduate programme last month, I have noticed the significant interest the building gets from both the general public and by my own friends and family.
Graduate blog | Andrew Mackenzie | Friday 26 July 2013, 3:31PM
In a more communicative world, societies have become largely dependent on telecommunications and the power lines which fuel them.
Graduate blog | Andrew Mackenzie | Friday 14 June 2013, 9:31AM
Claims graduate Andrew heads to Braemar Port & Shipyard in Greece to learn more about marine claims.
Graduate blog | Zara Fountaine | Tuesday 26 March 2013, 1:55PM
Whether you’re prepared to admit it or not, everyone loves a fun fact.