Lloyd's insurance broker goes in liquidation after failed rescue bid 

Mark Battersby
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A Lloyd's of London broker hit by cash flow problems caused by the COVID-19 pandemic has gone into liquidation after a bid to rescue the business failed last month, the company's liquidator said on 21 April.  Corrie Bauckham Batts Limited entered liquidation on 20 April and two insolvency practitioners, John Dean Cullen and Rachel Helen Lai of Menzies LLP were appointed as joint liquidators.  Corrie Bauckham Batts is an FCA-authorised and regulated Lloyds wholesale broker. The firm placed non-marine insurance business into the London market on behalf of its clients, North American who...

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