Lloyd’s working on benchmarking to boost third-party capital interest
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Lloyd’s working on benchmarking to boost third-party capital interest

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Lloyd’s CFO Burkhard Keese has said the Corporation is working on line of business benchmarking to help drive third-party capital interest, with London Bridge II deals worth $500mn-$1bn in the pipeline.

He said an ability to index the performance of various lines of business, against which individual businesses could track their own portfolios, would allow the creation of a secondary investment market.

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