Lloyds Tour

Wednesday, 06 December 2017
2:00 pm – 3:30 pm

Lloyds Tour

Designed by leading architect Lord Rogers, the Lloyd's building is world renowned and arguably the centre of the global insurance industry.

This is a unique opportunity to explore this striking post-modern building, which is not open to the general public, and see its famous underwriting floor. The tour will help you:

•Understand Lloyd's unique and colourful past, from its early days in Edward Lloyd's coffee house, to the historical events that changed the face of Lloyd's forever.

•Recognise how Lloyd's the Corporation and Lloyds Market work together; the chain of security and participants in the market.

•Know how risk is placed, the type of things that Lloyds insure and what makes Lloyd's such an attractive place to do business.

•Appreciate the significance of the Loss Book, Lutine Bell, and Nelson Collection; and if possible visit the Adam Room.

Bookings for this event can be made via guildfordinstitute@cii.co.uk at a cost of £12 per person.