The sidecar recently formed by Aon and Berkshire Hathaway, whereby the latter takes a 7.5% quota share on all retail subscription business placed by Aon with some Lloyd’s participation, has resulted in more business being placed in the Lloyd’s Market, according to a letter seen by Intelligent Insurer.
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Aon-Berkshire, Sidecar, Lloyd’s, Richard Ward, Insurance, Aon Benfield, Berkshire Hathaway