(Reuters) – David Rowland, chairman of the Lloyd’s of London between 1993 and 1997, has died, Lloyd’s of London mentioned in an announcement on Monday. He was 85.
Rowland is credited with bringing structural modifications to the corporate, which helped it fight and tackle the monetary losses confronted within the 1990s.
In its assertion, the corporate mentioned he performed a important function in safeguarding the agency’s future throughout “maybe its most tough interval”.
Reporting by Kanishka Singh in Bengaluru; modifying by David Evans