The executive team will lead Lloyd’s while Neal recovers
Lloyd’s of London chief executive, John Neal will be taking a leave of absence after being involved in a collision with a car while riding his bike.
The incident happened on 26 March.
A spokesperson for Lloyd’s said: “Neal was involved in a collision with a car while riding his bike. Neal sustained serious injuries and is undergoing treatment in hospital, however he is expected to make a full recovery.
“While Neal recovers, Lloyd’s will be led by executive directors Burkhard Keese, chief operating officer and chief financial officer, and Patrick Tiernan, chief of markets, with support from Lloyd’s wider executive committee and oversight from Lloyd’s chairman, Bruce Carnegie Brown.”