Control Framework Breakfast Group Presentation

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Control Framework
A warm Welcome
to
the September
market Breakfast Group
Control Framework
Breakfast Group agenda
9:00
Arrival, breakfast & networking
All
9:20
Welcome
Ali Dove
9:25
Lloyd’s Delegated Authorities
• Audit scope changes
• Audit coordination pilot
• Atlas
Lindsey Davies
9:40
Phase II progress & Responsibilities Jaana Rouvari
of lead vs. follow
9:55
Broker conference update
John Hibbert
10:05
Integro – A broker’s view into the
Control Framework
Dan Lott
10:20
Q&A
All
10:30
Close
Ali Dove
Control Framework
Lindsey Davies
Lloyd’s delegated authorities
• Audit scope changes
• Audit coordination pilot
• Atlas
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Progress on Phase 2
August
September
October
November
December
2013
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Initial meetings with
managing agents
Managing agent has
project resources in place
Coverholder risk rating
exercise
Risk ratings reflected
in audit schedules
Confirm delivery
timeline to Lloyd’s
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Lead vs. follow
You said…
The lead should…
• Include Control Framework audit questions in the audit scope
• Carry out the audit and share findings with follow
• Coordinate communications with broker and coverholder
Where you follow…
• You have limited power to influence
• Rely on the broker to provide you with information (distribution
of bordereau, audit reports, etc)
• Controls available are limited, confidence in your lead is key
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Lloyd’s listened
The lead managing agent takes the responsibility for the Control
Framework
This includes:
• Risk rating exercise
• Performing a gap analysis
• Assessing sufficiency of controls
• Remediation
• Organising coverholder audits
• Communications with the broker or coverholder
What about conflict of interest between the lead and the follow?
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Broker conference
17th September 2013
 53 Broking organisations registered out of 115 individual firms who
operate in the binder space.
 That represented 87% of the £4.2 billion GWP on a calendar year
basis for 2012
 Actual attendees on the day represented 70% of the 2012 GWP
and they were joined by LIIBA
 31 out of the top 40 BROKERS by GWP
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What was the feedback from the day
 What if two MAs risk rate a C/H differently? Red vs Green
 Have the specific CFII audit questions been issued?
 Relative to LLOYD’S 2025 vision. How fluid and/or flexible is the
framework ?
 Very appreciative of the early engagement by LLOYD’S
 Will there be a reach out to all brokers?
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Integro – Dan Lott
Brokers’ view into the Control Framework
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Lloyd’s Control Framework
The Control Framework is a positive step in the right
direction for Brokers and for Coverholders…
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What is our role?
 It is the Managing Agent’s responsibility to comply with
the Control Framework but, as Lloyd’s Brokers, we have
an important role to play:
 Communication
 Co-ordination
 Pace-making
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What do we need to do?
 Understand the Control Framework - Phase II FAQs; Website
 Be prepared:
 Are you a Coverholder?
Do the right people in your organisation know about the CF?!
 As a Lloyd’s Broker, what (if any) processes do you
undertake?
e.g. validating data / supplementing data / holding data
 Expectation management is key! How will you
introduce this to your Coverholders?
 Audits are likely to be carried out on many
Coverholders
 Start the dialogue early. Remember – this is nothing new!
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Who can we talk to?
 In the first instance, talk with your Managing Agent(s)
 Mark Knight at LIIBA
 The Project Team at Lloyd’s
 It’s good to talk!
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Q&A
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Close
Further information on Control Framework – [email protected]
Control Framework Phase I end of project celebration – Thursday 26th
September
Next Breakfast Meeting – Tuesday 22nd October 2013
www.lloyds.com/controlframework
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