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Delegated Authority Intermediate Programme
09 April - 10 April 2019
This programme is aimed at Lloyd’s market participants who have exposure to delegated underwriting, delegated claims or other forms of third-party oversight. This intermediate programme will be suitable for people who can apply the concepts introduced in the LMA Delegated Authority Foundation Programme, or who have completed the CII diploma module (P66). Participants will be exposed to specialty distribution models or exceptions and are increasingly expected to apply proportionality in their work.
Date: 09 April - 10 April 2019
Location: LMA Presentation Room, Gallery 4, Lloyd's, London EC3M 7DQ
Fee: £750 + VAT
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ABOUT THE PROGRAMME
Delegated authority is a major feature of the Lloyd’s market, accounting for over 30% of Lloyd’s income. This programme is aimed at people with a working knowledge of the key concepts and requirements of delegated authority management who are looking to develop a deeper understanding of the potential risks of using this distribution channel, and how effective controls can mitigate those risks.
- examine the context in which delegated authorities operate within a wider business environment to assist in stakeholder management
- explore some of the issues that can arise in problem case management and understand the potential impact of ineffective controls
- apply theoretical knowledge to real life situations, through case studies and a simulated exercise
explore and understand risk management practices within delegated authorities, and demonstrate effective controls through due diligence, monitoring and audit
- critically assess the best way forward in challenging business environments with multiple routes to success and failure.
Designed for the LMA Academy, this programme will be run by Alex Jones ACII, Otter Audit and Consultancy Services Ltd.
There are 15 places available on this programme. Spaces will be allocated on a first-come, first-served basis, with one place per managing agent (unless further spaces are available once the deadline has passed).
The application process for 2019 has now closed.
This programme is accredited by the CII and qualifies for 14 CII CPD hours.