Lloyd’s of London reveals roster of merged board and council

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It was in May 2019 when Insurance Business reported on Lloyd’s of London’s proposal to merge its council and franchise board into a single governing body for the Lloyd’s market and the corporation. Now, despite it being unable to hold a full contested election process due to the coronavirus lockdown, the centuries-old exchange has introduced the new line-up which is effective June 01.

Chairing the reformed council is Bruce Carnegie-Brown, who is joined by senior independent deputy chairman and fellow nominated member Andy Haste. Other nominated members include Angela Crawford-Ingle, Fiona Luck, Neil Maidment, John Sununu, John Neal, and Burkhard

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Lufthansa board rejects EU conditions on $10 bln bailout

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FRANKFURT (Reuters) – German airline Lufthansa’s (LHAG.DE) supervisory board on Wednesday rejected conditions imposed by Brussels on a proposed government bailout, casting fresh doubt on the 9 billion euro ($9.9 billion) rescue.

FILE PHOTO: Airplanes of German carrier Lufthansa at the Berlin Schoenefeld airport, Germany, May 26, 2020. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch/File Photo

The board, which had been expected to sign off on the aid, instead refused EU requirements that Lufthansa permanently give up take-off and landing slots at Frankfurt and Munich airports, where it commands a two-thirds market share.

The bailout plan nevertheless remains “the only viable alternative” to

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Lufthansa board rejects EU conditions on $10 billion bailout

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FRANKFURT (Reuters) – German airline Lufthansa’s (LHAG.DE) supervisory board on Wednesday rejected conditions imposed by Brussels on a proposed government bailout, casting fresh doubt on the 9 billion euro ($9.9 billion) rescue.

FILE PHOTO: Airplanes of German carrier Lufthansa at the Berlin Schoenefeld airport, Germany, May 26, 2020. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch/File Photo

The board, which had been expected to sign off on the aid, instead refused EU demands that Lufthansa permanently give up take-off and landing slots at Frankfurt and Munich airports, where it commands a two-thirds market share.

The bailout plan nevertheless remains “the only viable alternative” to

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Lufthansa supervisory board postpones approval of bailout package

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FILE PHOTO: Airplanes of German carrier Lufthansa at the Berlin Schoenefeld airport, Germany, May 26, 2020. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch/File Photo

FRANKFURT (Reuters) – Lufthansa’s (LHAG.DE) supervisory board postponed approval of a 9 billion euro ($9.90 billion) bailout in light of conditions imposed by the European Union, the German airline group said on Wednesday.

Lufthansa’s supervisory board had been expected to meet Wednesday to sign off on the rescue deal, but the European Commission has asked Lufthansa to waive landing rights for six out of 300 slots at Frankfurt and Munich airports, where Lufthansa has a two-thirds market share.

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