Lloyd's syndicate

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noun
a group of underwriters on the Lloyd's insurance market, made up of active underwriters who arrange the business and non-working underwriters (called 'names') who stand surety for any insurance claims which may arise

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You should try and read up on Lloyd's syndicate and see if there is any way using it could help your company.

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I worked in Lloyd's syndicate and I really liked the atmosphere and how everything worked and how everything went for us.

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The Lloyd's syndicate cooperated to insure that all underwriters involved in the transactions would be working together and sharing resources.

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