Learn about the London Insurance Market

Explore Market Expertise

Industry insight from London Market experts.

Miller – Construction in the spotlight: Underwriters roundtable

4th January 2021

Lloyd’s – Safeguarding reputation

4th January 2021

Allianz – Directors and Officers Insurance Insights 2021

4th January 2021

Beazley – Breach Insights Q3 2020

4th January 2021

CFC Underwriting – Cyber claims case study

2nd December 2020

Hiscox – London has an opportunity to grow its E&S presence

2nd December 2020

Tokio Marine Kiln – IP Insurance Demand & Covid

2nd December 2020

Lockton International – How the pandemic is transforming the virtual events experience

2nd December 2020

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E-Learning courses today

We’re excited to share our learning materials, designed to help you understand how the London Market works.

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London Matters 2020 free download

The definitive report on the size and composition of the London Market.

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London Matters 2020


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Answering your questions

Questions and Answers

We have worked with our broking colleagues from around the world to find out what questions they get asked most often about London.

Our interactive pdf below pulls together facts and information to help you increase your knowledge about the world’s leading
insurance market.

Key Facts Interactive PDF

How does London work

With a history stretching back to the 17th century, the London insurance market is unlike any other in the world.

Get the essentials on what it is and how it works from our presentation below.

How does London work PDF

The London market consists of 65 re/insurance companies, 80 Lloyd’s syndicates and 200 broking firms, who together handle more than $110 billion in property & casualty insurance premiums annually.

This unique eco-system is unlike any other insurance market, so in order to help brokers and clients understand how it operates, and the value it can offer, we have developed a range of tools to explain how the London market works.