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Chartered Insurance Institute
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Introduction to the London Market - half day course (morning)
 

Overview

This course provides a valuable overview of the development of the London market necessary to understand current practice. The session will give an insight into the key issues facing the market today and in the future and give delegates the opportunity to learn from experienced industry professionals. 

Programme

  • The development of the London market 
  • The who, what and why of Lloyd's 
  • International Underwriting Association 
  • The role of the broker including ethical considerations 
  • The international nature of London - current issues and trends in the London market 
  • The future, including electronic trading/support. 

Learning outcomes

At the end of the course you will have: 

  • Gained a brief but comprehensive view of the London market and its future role 
  • Built foundation knowledge of the London market. 

It is recommended that this course is combined with the course 'Introduction to insurance'.

Who should attend?

Ideal for any new entrant to a Lloyd's syndicate, broker, insurer, reinsurer, accountant or loss adjuster, to enable them to understand the London market and current market practice.

Follow-on course

Introduction to insurance

CPD hours

Attendance of this course awards up to 3 CPD hours where you consider it relevant to your professional development needs.

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