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Brexit: what happens next?
The following communication outlines the impact that the United Kingdom’s (UK) withdrawal from the European Union (EU) (commonly known as Brexit) will have on Lloyd’s insurance contracts and confirms the relevant measures Lloyd’s has put in place.
Coronavirus outbreak: our guidance to people working at Lloyd’s
Within Lloyd’s, we continue to monitor the outbreak of the novel coronavirus (2019-nCoV). We have issued the guidance below related to our business continuity preparations and actions underway to employees within the Corporation and our global network. We are now making this available to relevant market participants and associations for their reference. If our advice and guidance materially changes, we will update and reissue this notice.
Lloyd's Modernised Syndication Pilot business classes confirmed
The Board of the Lloyd’s Market Association (LMA) has announced, in conjunction with Lloyd’s, that the pilot classes for the modernised syndication pilot as part of the Future at Lloyd’s strategy will be Marine Hull and International Casualty Binders.
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Renewable energy: risk and reward
This series of three reports analyses the implications of the changes to the energy generating landscape for insurers, risk managers and brokers
Lloyd's City Risk Index
Lloyd’s has created, in partnership with the Cambridge Centre for Risk Studies, the Lloyd’s City Risk Index. This ground-breaking study quantifies the impact of 22 man-made and natural threats on the economies of 279 of the world’s leading cities, and makes a strong case for improving their resilience.