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Dr Liam Fox (left), Britain’s Secretary of State for International Trade, with Mr Kent Chaplin at Lloyd’s office in Singapore

Lloyd's, the world's specialist insurance and reinsurance market, today hosted Liam Fox, Britain’s Secretary of State for International Trade, at its underwriting platform in Singapore to discuss how the British Government and Lloyd’s can work together to further enhance regional trade, reduce underinsurance, and pioneer the development of the cyber insurance market in Asia.

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The Lloyd’s market improved its ClimateWise environmental performance score in 2016, according to an independently verified report

Corporation News

As part of its annual Remembrance Day ceremony, an underwriting room full of ex-servicemen, brokers, underwriters and Lloyd’s staff fell silent as the Lutine Bell was struck at 11am.

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John Nelson with a senior delegation of leading Chinese insurers

On 9 November Lloyd’s hosted a senior delegation of leading Chinese insurers as part of UK-China trade talks taking place in London this week.

Community
Michaele Hawkins from Lloyd’s Community Programme and Helen Sanson & Rebecca Wood from Tower Hamlets Education Business Partnership with the Lord Mayor

It has been an award winning year so far for the Lloyd’s Community Programme team and we were delighted to be recognised for our long term partnership with Tower Hamlets Education Business Partnership (THEBP) at the Lord Mayor’s Dragon Awards at Mansion House.

Corporation News
Sadiq Khan

London’s Mayor and Lloyd’s Chairman John Nelson set out post-Brexit vision

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TOM

Shirine Khoury-Haq announced details of the Blueprint for the London Market Target Operating Model (TOM) at a speech at the London Market Group Forum

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