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The London branch of MAPFRE Global Risks moves to the Dixon House, in the financial centre of the capital city

The London offices of MAPFRE Global Risks move at the end of the month to the Dixon House, located in the financial centre of the British capital.

From January 27 the offices of the London branch of MAPFRE Global Risks will have its seat in the Dixon House building, located in 1 Lloyds Avenue, London EC3N 3DQ, in the centre of the City of London.

This is a 4,473 square meter property acquired by MAPFRE in 2016, which, in addition to housing the branch of the Global Risks Unit, will also host the offices of MAPFRE RE and MAPFRE ASISTENCIA, while the rest of its space will be dedicated to the rental.

The Dixon House was built in 1900, and is located exactly on the corner of Lloyd’s Avenue with Fenchurch Street, on the place where once was located the headquarters of the East India Company and that during the last Century has been the headquarters of Lloyd’s Bank and the insurer West of England Ship Owners Mutual Insurance.

The UK branch will continue providing its services at its new location, and its phone numbers will remain the same.

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