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‘Box bunnies’ - Ex-CEO Beale recalls recent horrendous sexism at Lloyd’s

Beale in fresh swipe at Lloyd’s over its gender and diversity woes

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Insurer’s withdrawal piles pressure on MGAs

Amlin said it would be working to find a solution in the areas they were to cease to underwrite

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Brexit fears fail to dent London market growth

Increase in income across the traditional business lines and a growth in the premiums from emerging risks seen last year

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Leading insurance figures highlight Lloyd’s serious culture challenge

The market’s blueprint for the future will flounder if it doesn’t get the culture right, audience hears

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Stephen Catlin: companies must communicate better

Industry veteran sympathises with the challenges faced by the Lloyd’s leadership team

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Role of insurers in dealing with major cat events ‘unharnessed’, says Aon chairman

Speaking at the Conservative Party Conference in Manchester yesterday, panellists discuss how the UK’s public and private sectors can help developing countries and where insurance fits into this

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MGAs feeling the squeeze as capacity constricts

Signs that prices are hardening also point to decisions by insurers to focus their capacity at core business classes as returns improve

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‘The hard work starts here’, says Lloyd’s chairman as blueprint released

Lloyd’s said that to succeed, the scheme will need to be a collaboration by all parts of the market

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London market is ‘stuck in the past’ with drinking culture - ex-Lloyd’s boss Beale

Former Lloyd’s CEO Dame Inga Beale has said efforts to end the Lloyd’s drinking culture will be difficult to achieve.

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FCA chief calls for diversity and inclusion to be 'fully implemented' by all London market firms

The call to action was made at the opening session of Dive In, a three day festival that is now in its fifth year

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MGAs feeling the squeeze as capacity constricts

Signs that prices are hardening also point to decisions by insurers to focus their capacity at core business classes as returns improve

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Can Lloyd’s three-frontal attack win the day?

The Lloyd’s market has announced its blueprint for the future less than a week after the results of its survey into the culture of the market and its interim results, which highlighted there is still work to do

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Briefing: Higher Lloyd’s profits cannot mask scale of challenge

Underwriting still remains a cause for concern

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Underpriced Lloyd’s business – where is it now?

Insurance Times analyses where brokers have sought to place poorly performing business expelled from Lloyd’s in the last year

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