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Q2 Market Message

16 May 2024

Patrick Tiernan, Chief of Markets opens our second quarterly market message of 2024, outlining the state of the market from Lloyd’s vantage point and the year’s market management themes and challenges ahead. Rachel Turk, Chief Underwriting Officer discusses 2025 planning, performance management and her work to unlock underwriting opportunities in the areas of innovation and sustainability.

Finally, Mirjam Spies, Lloyd's Chief Actuary covers capital and reserving, focusing on profit recognition and models, casualty oversight, volatility, and process improvements.

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