Lloyd's syndicate

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Lloyd's syndicate UK US noun [C]
INSURANCE a group of investors made up of companies as well as individual members, known as names, who offer insurance to companies: »

The organization was unable to find a Lloyd's syndicate or insurance company to underwrite the deal.


Financial and business terms. 2012.

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  • syndicate — A group of banks that acts jointly, on a temporary basis, to loan money in a bank credit (syndicated credit) or to underwrite a new issue of bonds. Bloomberg Financial Dictionary * * * ▪ I. syndicate syn‧di‧cate 1 [ˈsɪndkt] noun [countable] …   Financial and business terms

  • Lloyd Tevis — (March 20, 1824 – July 24, 1899) was a banker and capitalist who served as president of Wells Fargo Company from 1872 to 1892.Early lifeHe was born in Shelbyville, Kentucky, the son of Samuel and Sarah (Greathouse) Tevis. His father was a… …   Wikipedia

  • Lloyd's — /loydz/, n. an association of independent English insurance underwriters, founded in London about 1688, originally engaged in underwriting only marine risks but now also issuing policies on almost every type of insurance. [named after Edward… …   Universalium

  • Lloyd's — A corporation of underwriters (Lloyd s underwriters) and insurance brokers (Lloyd s brokers) that developed from a coffee shop in Tavern Street in the City of London in 1689. It takes its name from the proprietor of the coffee shop, Edward Lloyd …   Big dictionary of business and management

  • syndicate — 1) A group of bankers, insurers, contractors, etc. , who join together to work on a large project. Notable activities undertaken by such a group may include syndicated loans and underwriting (see also syndicated bank facility). 2) A number of… …   Big dictionary of business and management

  • Lloyd's of London — Insurance marketing association in London, specializing in high risk insurance services. Its history dates to 1688, when Edward Lloyd kept a London coffeehouse where merchants, seafarers, and marine insurance underwriters met to transact business …   Universalium

  • Lloyd’s broker — /lɔɪdz brəυkə/ noun an agent who represents a client who wants insurance and who arranges this insurance for him through a Lloyd’s underwriting syndicate …   Dictionary of banking and finance

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