Lloyd's of London has been the global capital of insurance since Edward Lloyd opened his coffee shop back in 1688 - nearly 326 years ago. During that time it has managed to shrug off the impact of several scandals, as well as numerous economic crises.
But as Lloyd's Asia marks its 15th anniversary this year, London's crown is looking a little shaky. Could it be that Singapore - home to Lloyd's Asian hub, established in 1999 - is about to take over from its older relative?
Post's article investigates.