Lloyd’s Names Patterson as New Controller of Agencies; Lawrence as Deputy

July 5, 2011

Lloyd’s announced that Mark Patterson has joined Lloyd’s as the new Controller of Agencies and David Lawrence has been promoted to Deputy Controller.

Patterson joins Lloyd’s from a marine insurance career spanning over thirty years with INA, AIG and CV Starr. As Controller of Agencies he is responsible for Lloyd’s network of 300 Agents worldwide.

Tom Bolt, Lloyd’s Director of Performance Management, expressed delight at Patterson Joing Lloyd’s, and said he has “high hopes that he will continue the great work of Karen Bizon and her team over the past few years. His wealth of experience and knowledge of the industry will be a great asset in building the business.”

Patterson described the appointment as “a great honor,” noting that during his time in the marine insurance industry “the work of the Lloyd’s Agency has been known to me. I look forward to working with the team to build upon the solid foundations that have been forged over the past 200 years.”

Lloyd’s Agency was established 200 years ago to protect the interests of Lloyd’s marine underwriters overseas. It now has over 300 Lloyd’s agents and 340 sub-agents located in every major port around the globe forming the world’s most extensive surveying and adjusting network.

Source: Lloyd’s of London

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