Analysis

Lloyd’s return on capital: the good, the bad and the ugly

For the first time investors can review Lloyd’s syndicates’ return on capital and compare them directly with other re/insurers.

Follow the money: Lloyd's cumulative P&L over the last 20 years

Lloyd's wrote £448bn of gross premiums since 2000, incurring gross claims to policyholders of £288bn, delivering a net combined ratio of 98% and generating £20bn for its investors. What happened?

Performance transition frequencies at Lloyd's

Maintaining performance is one thing, improving performance is a lot more challenging

Lloyd's combined ratio performance distribution

Only top quartile and very few second quartile performers achieved underwriting profits in 2019.

Review of syndicates' results 2015 - 2019

You don't have to be big to be successful, but you can get big if you are successful.

Lloyd’s 2019 results by syndicate: Bigger was better

In 2019 there were 110 syndicates, including special purpose arrangements (SPA), of which 105 stated positive GWP, with 56 breaking even or generating a profit.

First look at Lloyd's results 2019: The tide hasn't turned yet

Today Lloyd's released the 2019 pro-forma results for the market stating a profit of £2.5bn. This is a huge improvement to last year's loss of £1bn, but is driven by investment income of £3.5bn