Lockton CEO: Market Offers Brokers Chance To Create Client Value

Dankwa, David
June 2008
Best's Review;Jun2008, Vol. 109 Issue 2, p95
Trade Publication
The article reports on the assertion of chief executive officer John Lumelleau of Lockton, a global insurance broker that the company will end the fiscal year of 2007 with a double-digit growth due to a high retention rate. He asserts that the scenario offers opportunities to provide clients with value. He adds that they have observe their client as a beneficiary of pricing and can benefit from their involvement in other meaningful ways.


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