Ex-Linklaters partner Humphries named Lloyd's of London ombudsman
Former Linklaters advocacy head Mark Humphries has been appointed as ombudsman to Lloyds of London. Humphries took up the prestigious role on 1 April for an initial three-year period, taking responsibility for handling complaints against the corporation of Lloyd's of London or one of its members. He replaces Sir Robin Mountfield, former cabinet office permanent secretary.
Former Linklaters advocacy head Mark Humphries (pictured) has been appointed as ombudsman to Lloyds of London.
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