Rolf Tolle receives Lloyd’s medal
Lloyd’s Franchise Performance Director Rolf Tolle has been awarded a Lloyd’s silver medal for his services to the market over the last seven years.
Lloyd’s Chairman, Lord Levene presented the Silver Medal for Services to Lloyd’s to Rolf at a special dinner last night in Lloyd’s Adam Room to mark Rolf’s retirement.
The medal is in recognition of the role that Rolf has played in establishing a new commercial partnership with the market and helping to restore its profitability.
The Medals for Services to Lloyd’s have rarely been awarded since they were first struck. The first silver medal was awarded in 1917 and since then only a handful of Lloyd’s staff and members have received one.
Presenting the award last night, Lord Levene paid tribute to Rolf’s contribution to Lloyd’s:
“Rolf has played a crucial role in restoring Lloyd’s image and re-establishing its reputation as the world’s leading specialist insurance market over the last seven years. His focus on standards and underwriting discipline has helped ensure that the market has returned to financial strength and stability.”
Last night’s dinner, hosted by Lord Levene for Rolf Tolle, was attended by current and previous members of Lloyd’s Council and Franchise Board and senior members of the market.
The Silver Medal shows on one side Neptune and his chariot reflecting Lloyd’s links with the sea, and on the reverse shows “For Services To Lloyd’s”. The recipient’s name is engraved around the rim.
Rolf Tolle is retiring at the end of the year and is succeeded by Tom Bolt.
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