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19 Jan 2017

Lloyd's, the specialist insurance and reinsurance market, announced plans to open a reinsurance branch in India, in time for the April major reinsurance renewals, following final regulatory (R3) approval from the Insurance Regulatory Development Authority of India (IRDAI).

06 Jan 2017

Lloyd’s announced today that Richard Pryce, CEO for QBE European Operations, has been appointed by the Council of Lloyd’s as a non-executive director of the Franchise Board, the body which is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Lloyd’s market.

03 Jan 2017

A new set of industry standards, POLARIS, provides critical risk mitigation directives and support to underwriters writing marine risk in polar waters when the new Polar Code, a code of practice for ships operating in the Arctic and Antarctic, comes into force on 1 January 2017.

15 Dec 2016

Different Strokes, Depaul UK, and Teenage Cancer Trust were among the winners at Lloyd’s Market Charity Awards, held on 14 December.

24 Nov 2016

Lloyd’s has published a new study that supports the case that extreme weather events can be modelled as “independent” by global reinsurers when assessing many of their key aggregate risks around the world.

15 Nov 2016

Lloyd’s today announced that Paolo Vagnone has been appointed to the newly created role of Chief Strategy Officer

11 Nov 2016

To support the continued expansion of the Lloyd’s insurance and reinsurance market, Lloyd’s today announced the appointment of Angela Kelly as Lloyd’s Country Manager, Singapore and CEO of Lloyd’s of London (Asia) Pte ltd.

07 Nov 2016

Lloyd’s has secured R1 approval from the Indian Regulator, Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority of India (IRDAI), to provide onshore reinsurance services in India.

27 Oct 2016

Today Lloyd’s announced the winners of its 2016 Innovation Awards. Beazley, Cromar, Hiscox and Tokio Marine Kiln each picked up awards for innovative products or new ways of working.

25 Oct 2016

As communities recover from Hurricane Matthew, a new study finds more than $600 million in property losses were prevented during Hurricane Sandy by coastal habitats in the Northeast Coast


Sarah Robson

Sarah James

Senior Manager, Global Communications

t: +852 2918 9911

Stewart Todd

Stewart Todd

Head of Strategic Communications

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