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Institute of London Underwriters


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Institute of London Underwriters

GARRETT, Samuel (1850 - 1923), on retirement from business in 1921 elected Hon. Member of Lloyd’s and of Institute of London Underwriters and Association of Average Adjusters

LOWREY, Joseph (1859 - 1936), late Director and Secretary of the Salvage Association, London, with which he was connected for 45 years as Member of Committee, Deputy Chairman, Secretary, and Director; was in charge, under Lord Maclay, of important work connected with Shipping Casualties at the Ministry of Shipping during the War; Hon. Member of Lloyd’s and of the Institute of London Underwriters; has travelled extensively; FRGS; Member of Hakluyt Society; President, Forest Hospital, Buckhurst Hill, and Ex-President, Northumberland and Durham Association in London

LAWLEY, Edgar Ernest (1889 - 1977), Chairman: Adderley Trading Co. (Pty) Ltd of S. Africa; Afstral Investment Co. (Pty) Ltd of S. Africa; Denton Heath Trading Co. Ltd; Jacobs Production & Distributing Co. Ltd; Lawley Estates Ltd; Joint Founder and Chairman, Lawley Group Ltd (now Royal Doulton Ltd), resigned 1952; Underwriter of Lloyd’s; Director: Sandown Estates (Pty) Ltd, S. Africa; Charnwood Estates (Pty) Ltd, S. Africa; Trustee, Wright-Fleming Institute; Vice-President St Mary’s Medical School; Member, General Council, King Edward’s Hospital Fund for London; Chairman: Regent Street Association, 1947–49; St Mary’s Hospital Medical School Centenary Appeal, 1956–57; St Mary’s Hospital, 1957–64 (Vice-Chairman, 1945–57)

 

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An association of UK insurance companies that cooperate with each other in providing a market for marine insurance and aviation insurance. Although Lloyd's underwriters are not members of the institute, the two organizations work closely with each other. The ILU appoints agents to settle claims, provides certificates of insurance for cargo shippers insured by members, and is responsible for drawing up its own insurance contracts for the use of members; it also draws up the Institute cargo clauses widely used in many marine and aviation policies.

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