Royal & Sun Alliance (RSA) and Great Lakes were selected as the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic lead insurers. The initial premium was thought to be worth £22m. A 29-page slip-and-risk document placed in the market by JLT was headed by the two insurers. It revealed that RSA and the Munich Re subsidiary had taken the joint lead of 25% and 20%, respectively.

Brit continued its division recruitment drive by attracting former Norwich Union motor underwriting manager Andy Keane. He joined the

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