Chapters

 
 

Order
Chapter
Reference in Book
Webnote
1Chapter 19  A note on this legislation in available at www.onthebrink.uk.comWebnote 5: Evolution of Lloyd’s Governance
2Chapter 113 The composition of overseas membership is available at www.onthebrink.uk.comWebnote 1: Composition of Lloyd’s membership 1981-1994
3Chapter 118 An early version of the form is available at www.onthebrink.uk.comWebnote 2: Early version (1978) of Lloyd’s verification form
4Chapter 119 A summary is available at www.onthebrink.uk.comWebnote 3: Summary of Membership: The Issues, first published in 1987
5Chapter 122 A note with examples of liabilities can be found at www.onthebrink.uk.comWebnote 4: Liability Insurance – uncertainty about the cost of claims
6Chapter 126 A brief description of the Sasse affair is available at www.onthebrink.uk.comWebnote 10:Early scandals and litigation
7Chapter 136 Seewww.onthebrink.uk.comWebnote 6: Lloyd’s architects
8Chapter 21 See p. 336. A further note is available at www.onthebrink.uk.comWebnote 10:Early scandals and litigation
9Chapter 28 The growth of open years is available at www.onthebrink.uk.comWebnote 7: Growth of open years
10Chapter 215 Available at www.onthebrink.uk.comWebnote 8: Neville Russell letter, February 1982
11Chapter 216 Available at www.onthebrink.uk.comWebnote 9: Market Bulletin, March 1982
12Chapter 217 Described at www.onthebrink.uk.comWebnote 10:Early scandals and litigation
13Chapter 222 Available at www.onthebrink.uk.comWebnote 10:Early scandals and litigation
14Chapter 224 See www.onthebrink.uk.comWebnote 11: The Insurance Pricing Cycle
15Chapter 228 See www.onthebrink.uk.comWebnote 12: Neill Recommendations on:
16Chapter 235 Available at www.onthebrink.uk.comWebnote 7: Growth of open years
17Chapter 32 The Terms of Reference and membership of the Lloyd’s task force are available at www.onthebrink.uk.com, together with a fuller account of this sequence of eventsWebnote 13: Note on formation, Terms of Reference and membership of Lloyd’s task force
18Chapter 38 A list of them is available at www.onthebrink.uk.comWebnote 41: Completed Loss Reviews
19Chapter 39 More material on this and the following year’s meetings is available at www.onthebrink.uk.comWebnote 14: Highlights from the 1991 and 1992 AGMs and 1992 EGM
20Chapter 323 A note about this is available at www.onthebrink.uk.comWebnote 28: Summary of alternative structures for Newco/Equitas
21Chapter 324 A fuller note on issues raised at this meeting is available at www.onthebrink.uk.comWebnote 14: Highlights from the 1991 and 1992 AGMs and 1992 EGM
22Chapter 327 The highlights of the debate and the text of the resolutions are available at www.onthebrink.uk.comWebnote 14: Highlights from the 1991 and 1992 AGMs and 1992 EGM
23Chapter 45 See www.onthebrink.uk.comWebnote 16: Highlights from 1993 Extraordinary meeting and EGM
24Chapter 46 A note is available on this controversial claim at www.onthebrink.uk.comWebnote 17: Note on Exxon Valdez lawsuit
25Chapter 48 A list of this first crop of corporate members is available at www.onthebrink.uk.comWebnote 18: Lloyd’s corporate members for 1994
26Chapter 49 A fuller note on his Lloyd's career is available at www.onthebrink.uk.comWebnote 19: Further Notes on Stephen Merrett’s Lloyd’s career
27Chapter 413 A note on hardship assistance is available at www.onthebrink.uk.comWebnote 20: Hardship Assistance
28Chapter 415 A fuller note on Hiscox's Lloyd's career is available at www.onthebrink.uk.comWebnote 21: Further Notes on Robert Hiscox’ Lloyd’s career
29Chapter 417 The story behind Hiscox’s association with remarks about ‘sheep being made for fleecing’ is explained at www.onthebrink.uk.comWebnote 22: Letter from Robert Hiscox, 7 July 1993
30Chapter 421 A note on the project structure is available at www.onthebrink.uk.comWebnote 23: Initial Equitas project structure
31Chapter 423 More details about this case are available at www.onthebrink.uk.comWebnote 24: Gooda Walker Action Group (GWAG)
32Chapter 424 A description is available at www.onthebrink.uk.comWebnote 10:Early scandals and litigation
33Chapter 429 Details of this offer and some reactions to it are available at www.onthebrink.uk.comWebnote 25: Lloyd’s First Settlement Offer, December 1993
34Chapter 431 These values are available at www.onthebrink.uk.comWebnote 26: Raising Standards, Changing Values
35Chapter 432 Terms of reference and composition are available at www.onthebrink.uk.comWebnote 27: Terms of Reference and Membership of Value Group
36Chapter 510 A summary is available at www.onthebrink.uk.comWebnote 28: Summary of alternative structures for Newco/Equitas
37Chapter 513 An explanation is available at www.onthebrink.uk.comWebnote 29: Lloyd’s American Trust Fund (LATF) Negative Balances
38Chapter 514 A note on these pressures is available at www.onthebrink.uk.comWebnote 30: Liquidity pressures on Additional Securities Limited (ASL)
39Chapter 517 Terms of reference and membership are available at www.onthebrink.uk.comWebnote 31: Terms of Reference and membership of Capital Structure Working Party
40Chapter 520 A fuller note on the range of opinions is available at www.onthebrink.uk.comWebnote 32: Range of opinions expressed by members
41Chapter 67 Available at www.onthebrink.uk.comWebnote 35: Benefits of the Plan to each major constituency
42Chapter 613 A description of these options is available atwww.onthebrink.uk.comWebnote 33: Range of Options under consideration
43Chapter 614 Available at www.onthebrink.uk.comWebnote 34: Foreword to Reconstruction and Renewal Plan
44Chapter 71 A note on these efforts is available at www.onthebrink.uk.comsee page 256 of book; website does not enlarge
45Chapter 76 A note on the Superfund Commission’s composition and influence is available at www.onthebrink.uk.comWebnote 36: National Commission on Superfund: Composition and Influence
46Chapter 77 Terms of reference are available at www.onthebrink.uk.comsee page 344 of the book
47Chapter 710 This is described in more detail at www.onthebrink.uk.comWebnote 37: DTI’s response to Treasury and Civil Service Committee Report
48Chapter 715 A fuller note describing the value and purpose of the tranches is available at www.onthebrink.uk.comWebnote 38: Rationale for four tranches of debt credits
49Chapter 87 The project structure is explained at www.onthebrink.uk.comWebnote 23: Initial Equitas project structure
50Chapter 88 The parliamentary statement is available at www.onthebrink.uk.comWebnote 39 – Parliamentary statement (written answer) by Anthony Nelson MP
51Chapter 96 A description of these events is available at www.onthebrink.uk.comWebnote 42: Attempt to alter US Bankruptcy Laws
52Chapter 938 For further details of this speech, see www.onthebrink.uk.comWebnote 43: Griffin Bell Speech 2002
53Appendices2 See Godfrey Hodgson, Lloyd’s of London: A Reputation at Risk, pp. 36 and 246, respectively. These are also outlined at www.onthebrink.uk.comWebnote 10:Early scandals and litigation

 

NB: There are many other footnotes that do not refer to the website, that is why the numbers shown here are not sequential.

Chapter 1 Notes referring to website *

Inside Out

9  A note on this legislation in available at www.onthebrink.uk.com – webnote 5

13 The composition of overseas membership is available at www.onthebrink.uk.com – webnote 1

18An early version of the form is available atwww.onthebrink.uk.com – webnote 2

19 A summary is available at www.onthebrink.uk.com – webnote 3

22 A note with examples of liabilities can be found at www.onthebrink.uk.com – webnote 4

26 A brief description of the Sasse affair is available at www.onthebrink.uk.com – webnote 10

36 Seewww.onthebrink.uk.com – webnote 6

 

Chapter 2 Notes referring to website *

Hidden Trains

1 See p. 336. A further note is available at www.onthebrink.uk.com – webnote 10

8 The growth of open years is available at www.onthebrink.uk.com – webnote 7

15 Available at www.onthebrink.uk.com – webnote 8

16 Available at www.onthebrink.uk.com – webnote 9

17 Described at www.onthebrink.uk.com – webnote 10

22 Available at www.onthebrink.uk.com – webnote 10

24 See www.onthebrink.uk.com – webnote 11

28 See www.onthebrink.uk.com – webnote 12

35 Available at www.onthebrink.uk.com – webnote 7

 

Chapter 3 Notes referring to website *

Alarm Bells

2 The Terms of Reference and membership of the Lloyd’s task force are available at www.onthebrink.uk.com, together with a fuller account of this sequence of events – webnote 13.

8 A list of them isavailable at www.onthebrink.uk.com – webnote 38

9 More material on this and the following year’s meetings is available at www.onthebrink.uk.com – webnote 14

23 A note about this is available at www.onthebrink.uk.com – webnote 28

24 A fuller note on issues raised at this meeting is available at www.onthebrink.uk.com – webnote 14

27 The highlights of the debate and the text of the resolutions are available at www.onthebrink.uk.com – webnote 14

 

Chapter 4 Notes referring to website *

Fresh Start

5 See www.onthebrink.uk.com – webnote 16

6 A note is available on this controversial claim at www.onthebrink.uk.com – webnote 17

8 A list of this first crop of corporate members is available at www.onthebrink.uk.com – webnote 18

9 A fuller note on his Lloyd’s career is available at www.onthebrink.uk.com – webnote 19

13 A note on hardship assistance is available at www.onthebrink.uk.com – webnote 20

15 A fuller note on Hiscox’s Lloyd’s career is available at www.onthebrink.uk.com – webnote 21

17 The story behind Hiscox’s association with remarks about ‘sheep being made for fleecing’ is explained at www.onthebrink.uk.com – webnote 22

21 A note on the project structure is available at www.onthebrink.uk.com – webnote 23

23 More details about this case are available at www.onthebrink.uk.com – webnote 24

24 A description is available at www.onthebrink.uk.com – webnote 10

29 Details of this offer and some reactions to it are available at www.onthebrink.uk.com – webnote 25

31 These values are available at www.onthebrink.uk.com – webnote 26

32 Terms of reference and composition are available at www.onthebrink.uk.com – webnote 27

 

Chapter 5 Notes referring to website *

The Chasm

10 A summary is available at www.onthebrink.uk.com – webnote 28

13 An explanation is available at www.onthebrink.uk.com – webnote 29

14 A note on these pressures is available at www.onthebrink.uk.com – webnote 30

17 Terms of reference and membership are available at www.onthebrink.uk.com – webnote 31

20 A fuller note on the range of opinions is available at www.onthebrink.uk.com – webnote 32

 

Chapter 6 Notes referring to website *

Last Chance

7 Available at www.onthebrink.uk.com – webnote 35

13 A description of these options is available atwww.onthebrink.uk.com – webnote 33

14 Available at www.onthebrink.uk.com – webnote 34

 

Chapter 7 Notes referring to website *

Struggling

1 A note on these efforts is available at www.onthebrink.uk.com – see page 256 of book; website does not enlarge

6 A note on the Superfund Commission’s composition and influence is available at www.onthebrink.uk.com – webnote 36

7 Terms of reference are available at www.onthebrink.uk.com – see page 344 of the book

10 This is described in more detail at www.onthebrink.uk.com – webnote 37

15 A fuller note describing the value and purpose of the tranches is available at www.onthebrink.uk.com – webnote 38

 

Chapter 8 Notes referring to website *

Tightrope

7 The project structure is explained at www.onthebrink.uk.com – webnote 23

8 The parliamentary statement is available at www.onthebrink.uk.com – webnote 39

 

Chapter 9 Notes referring to website *

Aftermath

6 A description of these events is available at www.onthebrink.uk.com – webnote 42

38 For further details of this speech, see www.onthebrink.uk.com – webnote 43

 

Notes referring to website in Appendices

2 See Godfrey Hodgson, Lloyd’s of London: A Reputation at Risk, pp. 36 and 246, respectively. These are also outlined at www.onthebrink.uk.com – webnote 10