The bond attracted more than £2bn of orders from investors following its announcement on 24 January. The final pricing was at UK Government 10-year Gilts plus 330 basis points.

The new bond counts as Tier 2 capital and is being used for general corporate purposes, including ensuring Lloyd’s retains an efficient capital base.

John Parry, Lloyd’s CFO, said:
"Interest from investors was outstanding - underlining the strength of Lloyd’s and its brand. This new £300m issue reinforces our efficient capital structure that offers excellent security to policyholders. This is reflected in Lloyd’s financial strength ratings of A+ with Standard & Poor’s, AA- with Fitch Ratings and A with A.M.Best.”

Notes to editors
For more information, contact Rebekah Clement, Senior Manager – Corporate Communications, Lloyd’s, at rebekah.clement@lloyds.com or on +44 (0)20 7327 5514.

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