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Lloyd's of London's exclusive MoBay preview

Published:Friday | November 4, 2016 | 12:00 AM
Attorney-at-law Natanee Barrett strikes a pose in red.
From left: Ashok Tolani, Angelina Tolani and William Craig at Tuesday's cocktail reception.
CEO of the Morgan White Group David White is flanked by his colleague, Katie Martin, and Jan Lowe, executive financial adviser of Lawe Insurance Brokers.
From left: Dr Garfield Badal, Kiri Brown of Lawe Insurance Brokers, Dr Andre Williams, and Dr Alicia Duncan-Sloley are all smiles for our camera.
Michael Hemmings of Clayton Morgan and Company (left) shares lens time with Glennette Sinclair and her husband Senator Charles Sinclair.
From let: Lawe Insurance Brokers' Michael Lawe with Lyn White and Patrick Lowe.
From left: Dr Kevin Morris and his wife, Martha, share the lens with Marc McClean of Lloyd’s of London.
Deja Resort’s Shari Edwards (left) with mother, Beverly Russell.


After 15 years in Jamaica and earning the track record of delivering First World service, Morgan White Group International, a subsidiary of Lloyd's of London, will open its Caribbean hub in Montego Bay early 2017.

Morgan White, which acts as claim administrators for Lloyd's of London, is making its new home at the just-opened GWEST Centre at Fairview a medical facility that has been taken over by some of the city's best doctors.

The company offers life, disability and health insurance internationally.

Welcoming the newcomers in true Montegonian style, medical doctors, insurance brokers, lawyers and tourism stakeholders, turned out Tuesday night for the 'exclusive preview' cocktail event in collaboration with their partners, Lawe Insurance Brokers, at the Secrets Resorts and Spa.

So did Lloyd's' Marc McLean, who boasted of a solid company with over 25 years under its belt. Morgan White's president and CEO Raul Pozo, made sure to hammer home the fact that disability insurance was as critical, if not more pivotal than, life insurance.

The audience was introduced to Dr Kevin Morris, whose testimonial of the service he received when he became ill recently had many in awe.

Jamaicans in Ocho Rios, Port Antonio and Negril are Morgan White International's next stops, and the beauty about the wide spectrum of products they offer is the fact that "we have had no premium increase in the last six years," boasted Katie Martin.