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Last month was one of the most active months of any Atlantic hurricane season. Irma and Maria both impacted the Caribbean and US in September, regions already badly hit by the force of Harvey just a week earlier.

Corporation News

Lloyd’s has begun paying claims stemming from Irma, the most powerful Atlantic Ocean storm in recorded history, which has brought devastation and loss of life to the Caribbean and southern Florida.

Corporation News

Carrying 90% of world trade, the shipping industry forms the backbone of the global economy. We explore some of the biggest threats to the sector with insight from Lloyd’s market marine experts.

Corporation News

Lloyd’s is closely monitoring Irma, including its impact on the Caribbean and South Florida. In addition, we are working diligently to assist all policyholders affected by Harvey.

Corporation News
Lloyd's Market Charity Awards

Are you involved with a charity that deserves £2,000?

Corporation News

Amid all the noise around Brexit, it is great to see the British Government lead on the significant issue of global underinsurance.

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We would like to invite you to take part in our website user-testing as part of our review of the navigation and structure of Lloyds.com

Corporation News

In light of a potentially active hurricane season this year, it is important for businesses and communities to make sure they are taking the necessary steps to mitigate the impact of potentially dangerous storms.

Corporation News
Bruce Carnegie-Brown

Bruce Carnegie-Brown officially started as Lloyd’s new Chairman today, taking up the role following the retirement of John Nelson.

Corporation News
Cloud sculpture installation

For the first time Lloyd’s will be participating in the programme with an installation called 'support for a cloud' by Mhairi Vari which will be displayed on the Lloyd’s building by Tower 1 and Tower 3.

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