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Lloyd's of London, a British insurance and reinsurance market, began around 1688 in what kind of place?

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Lloyd's of London, a British insurance and reinsurance market, began around 1688 in what kind of place?
posted Aug 10 by Kapil Kapoor

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Coffeehouse
It began in Edward Lloyd's coffeehouse in Tower Street, London. In 1871 it was established as a corporate body, rather than a company, under the Lloyd's Act 1871.

answer Aug 11 by Balwinder
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