HMRC takes Lloyd's broker Swinglehurst to court

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The petition brought by HM Revenue and Customs was presented on 2 April with a hearing date at the High Court of Justice (Chancery Division) on 18 May. The case has been adjourned until 15 June.

Swinglehurst, founded in 1999, is a family owned brokerage and according to its website handles business from over 30 countries worldwide. Its list of product lines includes aviation, construction, environmental liability and marine.

The London-based company, a member of the British Insurance Brokers'

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