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Market Modernisation

London is defending its competitive position through the Target Operating Model programme as it aims to complete the development of an electronic trading platform, alongside addressing challenges such as data capture and the need to addresses gaps in its talent and skill base.


Second phase of TOM in doubt: Khoury-Haq

Uncertainty over implementation of claims project as market yet to agree funding 
Lloyds Market Modernisation London

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Resolute in the firing line of change

New tech businesses are forcing insurers to reconsider traditional practices, but to survive, incumbent carriers must be proactive in defining the market of the future
Technology Market Modernisation

Sharing data would revolutionise the market

The efficient communication of data will be the key to surviving in the specialty lines market place of the future

Technology Market Modernisation

The power to change London is now in the hands of the market

London has led the global insurance sector by building the first-ever electronic placement platform, but the process of modernising the market must not stall there

Technology Market Modernisation

Business Briefing: London must regain its swagger

Top executives grapple with the challenges facing the London market 
London Lloyds

Marine mutual Gard joins PPL

Fillip for London placing platform after marine market criticism earlier in the year
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Blame inertia not regulation on London's slow modernisation

The London market must be brave and consider the alternatives to its outdated infrastructure and business processes
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