Latest From Roger Foord
Many now argue the Lloyd's market should once again run its own back office - John Neal are you listening?
New Lloyd's chief executive must carry the market with him in his plans for change
Beale's successor may have some very different ideas as to how to reform Lloyd's – and should not be afraid to implement them
The market knows how to dress appropriately; Lloyd's has more important things to worry about
London's costs problem will not be solved by electronic placing alone. The market needs to recognise the other expenses that are driving up costs
Don't penalise insurers if London brokers cannot get their act together on electronic placement