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FinancialsNonlife Insurance
  • Price (GBX)1,176.00
  • Today's Change2.00 / 0.17%
  • Shares traded135.11k
  • 1 Year change28.95%
  • Beta0.1928
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Key statistics

On Friday, Jardine Lloyd Thompson Group PLC (JLT:LSE) closed at 1,176.00, -0.84% below its 52-week high of 1,186.00, set on May 25, 2017.
52-week range
Today
825.00Jun 27 20161,186.00May 25 2017
Markit short selling activity
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Med
High
Open1,164.00
High1,179.00
Low1,160.00
Bid1,174.00
Offer1,176.00
Previous close1,174.00
Average volume196.42k
Shares outstanding219.04m
Free float119.26m
P/E (TTM)30.95
Market cap2.57bn GBP
EPS (TTM)0.3793 GBP
Annual div (ADY)32.20 GBX
Annual div yield (ADY)2.74%
Div ex-dateMar 30 2017
Div pay-dateMay 04 2017
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Investors Chronicle View

The last IC recommendation on Jardine Lloyd Thompson Group PLC shares was Hold at 1,038.00 on 28 Feb 2017Read the full article

Profile

The Jardine Lloyd Thompson Group is one of the world’s leading providers of insurance, reinsurance and employee benefits related advice, brokerage and associated services. JLT is quoted on the London Stock Exchange and owns offices in 40 territories with more than 10,600 employees. Supported by the JLT International Network, it offers risk management and employee benefit solutions in 135 countries.

The Group’s Risk & Insurance business comprises global Specialty insurance and reinsurance broking operations and a wholesale insurance broking business. These businesses act as intermediaries with insurers and reinsurers as well as providing related risk management, analytical, advisory and other services.

The Group’s Employee Benefits business offers a comprehensive range of employee benefits advice and services to companies, pension trustees and individuals, acting as advisors, intermediaries and service providers in the areas of pensions consultancy and administration, employee benefits and healthcare, life insurance and wealth management.

Board of Directors

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Geoffrey Howe Chairman, Non-Executive

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Dominic Burke, Group Chief Executive

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Mark Drummond Brady, Deputy Group CEO

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Charles Rozes, Group Finance Director

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Richard Harvey, Non-Executive Director

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Annette Court, Non-Executive Director

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Jonathan Dawson, Non-Executive Director

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Lord Sassoon, Kt Non-Executive Director

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Nicholas C Walsh, Non-Executive Director

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Bruce Carnegie-Brown, Non-Executive Director

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Adam Keswick, Non-Executive Director

Board Members

Geoffrey Howe - Chairman, Non-Executive
Dominic Burke Group - Chief Executive
Mark Drummond Brady - Deputy Group CEO
Charlie Rozes, Group - Group Finance Director
Richard Harvey - Non-Executive Director
Annette Court - Non-Executive Director
Jonathan Dawson - Non-Executive Director
Lord Sassoon, Kt - Non-Executive Director
Nicholas C Walsh - Non Executive Director
Bruce Carnegie-Brown - Non-Executive Director
Adam Keswick - Non-Executive Director

Executives

Dominic Burke - Group Chief Executive
Leo Demer - CEO, JLT Australia and New Zealand
Mark Drummond Brady - Deputy Group CEO
Adrian Girling - Chairman, JLT Specialty
Ross Howard - Executive Chairman, JLT Re
Keith Johnson - General Counsel
Paul Knowles, CEO - JLT Specialty
Mike Methley - CEO, JLT Latin America, Chairman, JLT Canada and JLT Insurance Management
William Nabarro, Special Adviser to the Group Chief Executive
Jonathan Palmer-Brown - Adviser to the Chief Executive
Mike Reynolds - Global CEO of JLT Re
Michael Rice, CEO, JLT Specialty USA
Charlie Rozes - Group Finance Director
Dominic Samengo-Turner - CEO, JLT Asia
Bala Viswanathan - CEO, UK Employee Benefits and Group COO
Lucy Clarke, Deputy CEo, JLT Specialty
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