Lloyd’s plans 11% 2024 premium growth to £60bn with casualty under scrutiny
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Lloyd’s plans 11% 2024 premium growth to £60bn with casualty under scrutiny

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Lloyd’s plans to hit premium income of £60bn ($76bn) in 2024, an increase of 11% from planned premium levels for 2023, with the Corporation maintaining close oversight over the casualty and political violence and terrorism lines.

In the latest market message, Lloyd’s chief of markets Patrick Tiernan said that the 2023 year, with actual premium expected to hit £54bn, had been marked by “continued progress” from a Lloyd’s underwriting perspective.

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