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Lloyd's

(lɔɪdz)
n
(Insurance) an association of London underwriters, set up in the late 17th century. Originally concerned exclusively with marine insurance and a shipping information service, it now subscribes a variety of insurance policies and publishes a daily list (Lloyd's List) of shipping data and news
[C17: named after Edward Lloyd (died ?1726) at whose coffee house in London the underwriters originally carried on their business]
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Lloyd's of London is said to be looking to expand its business into Islamic insurance or takaful, according to Reuters.
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