Regulatory information including regulatory communications and solvency II.
The Control Framework is a structured, documented process for the application and testing of the controls in place to verify and evidence that Tax and Regulatory reporting information is of good quality, accurate and complete.
Direct Reporting is a process that enables managing agents to report regulatory & tax information directly to Lloyd’s for applicable business.
Economic trade and financial sanctions
Find information on active and pending legislation regarding financial crime, international sanctions and regulatory risk.
Global contracts guidance
Information about global contracts and how to place them at Lloyd's.
Government policy and affairs
The current global regulatory agenda encompasses a wide range of issues influenced by the financial crisis. Lloyd's keeps a close eye on, and contributes to, developments in various areas.
Solvency II is an EU legislative programme to be implemented in all 27 Member States, including the UK. It introduces a new, harmonised EU-wide insurance regulatory regime.
Lloyd's trust deeds
Lloyd’s premiums trust deeds, overseas business regulatory deposit trust deeds and funds at Lloyd's trust deeds.
Open market correspondents
For Lloyd's purposes an OMC is an insurance intermediary, that does not have the status of a Lloyd's approved Coverholder and that introduces business to Lloyd's, either directly or through a Lloyd's Broker for placement at Lloyd's on an open market basis.