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Lloyd’s has become aware following a consumer enquiry that a business known as “Direct Epargne”, which purports to be a French bank, falsely alleges that it is “owned” by Lloyd’s of London.
A new report from the World Economic Forum identifies the biggest risks facing the world – and the important role insurance can play in mitigating them.
Risk expertise and analytics provided by Lloyd’s insurer Amlin is helping Formula E race team Amlin Aguri develop a winning strategy, according to Peter McCool, Technical Director of Amlin Aguri.
The insurance industry needs to adopt more innovative thinking and forge collaborative partnerships with governments and other service providers if it is to solve the problem of underinsurance, according to a new report from industry think-tank, the Geneva Association.
It has come to Lloyd’s attention that certain online businesses purporting to offer “wealth strategy” schemes or UK tax advice have been advertising that individuals who join the schemes will be protected, indemnified or guaranteed by Lloyd’s Professional Indemnity insurance.
This year's two Science of Risk winners have both channelled a multi-disciplinary approach to further their chosen perils of flood and volcanic eruption.
By opening its doors to private energy investment Mexico is expected to boost demand for specialist (re)insurance.
Lloyd’s syndicates have provided an innovative solution to the problem of getting damaged ocean-going racing yachts and their crews home safe and sound, a solution now being used by teams taking part in the Volvo Ocean Race.
Lloyd’s today observed a two-minute silence as 5,000 poppy petals fell onto the underwriting floor to mark the anniversary of the World War One armistice.
Lloyd’s was delighted to welcome the President of Singapore, Tony Tan Keng Yam, to the underwriting room in London during his State Visit to the UK last week.
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