The objective of this unit is to develop in the candidate an understanding of delegated underwriting authority from the perspective of all participants, including the setting up, successful management and development of business.
Recommended study hours: 100
M66 assessment offers an alternative to assessment purely by examination for the unit (P66) Delegated authority.
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