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.
The London market needs to change with the times and view disruption as an opportunity rather than a threat
Experts consider the electronic trading, the TOM programme and and the impact of Brexit
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New Lloyd’s chairman must tackle some major issues – and will need wit, charm and thick skin to succeed
Bruce Carnegie-Brown assumes chairmanship of Lloyd’s on June 15
Many companies in the Lloyd's market are wholly unprepared to meet the enhanced coverholder reporting requirements which come into force in July
The latest data shows London is holding its own as an international market, but there is still a way to go before the market can call itself a truly global insurance hub
Chief executive says software issues are preventing firm from using the platform
Project deemed 'too ambitious'
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