Lloyd’s consults on Net-Zero approach

The Lloyds building in London

Lloyd’s of London has launched a consultation among member firms on its proposed approach in insuring the low-carbon transition over the next three years.

The consultation, which was launched on 23 November, sets out Lloyd’s proposed approach for the next three years across all areas of sustainability for the market, including underwriting, investments

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