No easy capacity answers

Lloyd's franchise performance director Rolf Tolle has told the Insurance Institute of London that th...

Lloyd's franchise performance director Rolf Tolle has told the Insurance Institute of London that there is no magic answer to the question of how much capacity is enough? Instead he compared the question to asking 'how long is a piece of string?'. Mr Tolle said that Lloyd's adopts a "goldilocks approach - not too hot and not too cold". He added this meant that when rates are soft the market wanted the minimum capacity to stay in the game and when rates harden, after a market changing event, it wanted the ability to take maximum advantage of prevailing conditions.

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