COVID-19: LMA takes swift action

The Lloyd’s Market Association has called on all its staff to work from home from tomorrow as it invokes is business continuity plan in response to the coronavirus pandemic. It has also postponed all its events and academy programmes from today until the end of April.

The association added that all committee and ad-hoc meetings will also be hosted via conference or video call or a combination of the two.

The LMA insisted however that it would still be open for business and operating as close to usual as possible.

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