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Friends and colleagues joined together for a gathering at The Lloyds Club to celebrate the life of Antony Delderfield, the popular London marine broker who died in August aged 88
Antony Delderfield, who first set foot in the Lloyd’s market 72 years ago and became a stalwart of international broking in marine and energy, has died at the age of 88. He was the oldest active broker in London, and possibly the world
A decade ago, one would scarcely have dreamed a young person would aspire to be an average adjuster, but there is a maturing perception in London and worldwide of the value of this highly challenging branch of marine insurance
It was Uncle Egg, he “of the woolly mitten,” whose mature philosophical advice ensured one of the most important deals in modern insurance history went through smoothly