(Reuters) – When the pandemic is over, brokers in Lloyd & # 39 ;s of London could bargain with an underwriter from home in their underpants and ditch their pinstripes in the office. on Thursday and recommended that the commercial insurance market, which has been proud for centuries face-to-face, allow brokers to continue working from home.
And when they show up at Lloyd & # 39 ;s of London city tower, they should no longer face a "clogged" dress code, the LIIBA said.
The 330-year-old market still uses face-to-face, although most of the business has been conducted online through much of the coronavirus pandemic.
Almost 50,000 people work in brokerage and insurance companies operating at Lloyd & # 39 ;s. Everyone in the building is obliged to wear smart business attire, even though the rule that requires men to wear a tie in recent years has been relaxed. -model company stamp and ink signature.
When the market returns to physical trading, there should be "an end to … long queues for brokers at Lloyd & # 39 ;s for simple policy claims, dress codes and anything insistent on being full time in the office," LIIBA said.
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"The balance between home and office work will not return to the status quo before March 2020," said LIIBA.  M ore insurance and risk management news on the coronavirus crisis here . ]