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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.
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.
Lloyd's has further enhanced its capital strength through the successful issue of a new £500m 10-year subordinated bond last week.
Lloyd’s has today reported a profit of £1.67bn for the first six months of 2014, marking a 21% increase on the corresponding period last year.
Lloyd’s China has been awarded a licence to establish a branch office in Beijing, further strengthening the international development of the Lloyd’s market.
Leading City figures gathered last week for the twelfth annual Lloyd’s City Dinner, hosted by Chairman John Nelson and featuring guest speaker Sir Michael Rake, President of The Confederation of British Industry (CBI).
Lloyd’s Chief Risk Officer and General Counsel, Sean McGovern has been reappointed to the board of the US Federal Advisory Committee on Insurance (FACI).
As Britain commemorates the 100th anniversary of World War One, we take a look at our wartime contribution, and interview long-time underwriter John Hamblin about his project to profile each of Lloyd's lost heroes.
Lloyd’s has today published a set of new minimum standards for managing agents, in line with good market practice and relevant Solvency II requirements.
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