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Profits rise to £3.2bn for Lloyds of London

26 March 2014 Last updated at 09:40 GMT

The Lloyds of London insurance market has seen a 14% rise in profits for 2013 to £3.2bn.

The results are the first since Lloyds appointed Inga Beale to be its new chief executive - their first woman CEO in 325 years.

She said the market's ''unique position'' was that it focussed on specialist insurance - from ships and their cargoes to singers' voices.

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