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In its latest U.S. expansion efforts, London-based brokerage Jardine Lloyd Thompson Group P.L.C. has focused on specialty business and has aggressively recruited from its competitors.
To see previous Business Insurance stories on JLT's recruitment of brokers from rival firms, click on the links below:
• Former Aon exec joins JLT Specialty USA as senior vice president
• JLT Specialty recruits another former Aon broker
• Willis promotes exec amid legal fight over poaching
• Willis sues JLT over poaching allegations
• JLT Specialty hires specie, fine art and jewelry execs from Willis
• JLT Specialty launches environmental team
• Willis exec tapped to run JLT Asia
• JLT Specialty Insurance Services adds to energy risk team
• JLT hires Aon exec Sarah Stephens to head cyber business
• JLT adds three Lockton execs to its specialty cyber team
• Jim Pierce joins Jardine Lloyd Thompson's U.S. specialty group from Marsh
• Aon execs to join Jardine Lloyd Thompson U.S. specialty division
• Jardine Lloyd Thompson Canada adds 2 executives to Calgary office
• JLT recruits ex-competitor to lead reinsurance brokerage in Argentina
London-based brokerage Jardine Lloyd Thompson Group P.L.C. on Tuesday said its risk and insurance business is trading in line with expectations despite the challenges of a soft insurance and reinsurance rating environment and falling levels of capital investments by companies, notably in the energy and mining sectors, where commodity prices have fallen.