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The tool called “Contract Confidence” tests against 1,400 open market rules that use advanced search techniques to scan insurance contracts. The scalable tool, now available on subscription, was developed by Lloyd`s in collaboration with lloyd`s Market Association and companies such as Brit and Liberty Specialty Markets. The right to provide services to businesses across borders within the European Economic Area (EEA). For insurance contracts, this means that the contract may be concluded in an EEA Member State other than that in which the risk exists. (Please refer to the crystal “Definition of Risk Location” section to determine the appropriate location of a hazard.) The freedom to provide services transaction consists of open market transactions that are written in the United Kingdom (with or without the participation of a local intermediary), transactions written under a fully binding authority where the policyholder is in a Member State other than the place of risk and written transactions under a prior mandatory authorisation agreement. (A prior filing agreement of a binding authority is an agreement in which the policyholder is not entitled to conclude insurance contracts without first consulting the consortium that gave the binding power). Further changes will be made to the existing QS tool and the conclusion of Project Crystal will provide a better source of tax and regulatory information to complement the QA tool. If you have a question about the requirements contained in the tools, please email it to helpdesk@lloyds.com with the corresponding control reference number. When a broker is remunerated instead of brokerage on the basis of a fee agreed with his client. The advantage for the broker is that, subject to the contractual conditions, the tax must be paid, whether a cover is placed or not, while the intermediation must only be paid with regard to the placement of the cover. The right of an insurer established in a Member State of the European Economic Area (EEA) to underwrite a risk present in another EEA Member State by establishing a permanent presence in that EEA Member State.

(Please refer to the crystal “Definition of Risk Location” section to determine the appropriate location for a risk.) This permanent presence may take the form of a local institution, agency or subsidiary. Within Lloyd`s, a permanent presence in another EEA Member State is provided by local policyholders with fully binding authority agreements and a local Lloyd`s general representative. (A fully binding authority agreement is an agreement in which the policyholder can enter into insurance contracts without first consulting the consortium.) Freedom of establishment is the transaction taken out under a fully binding authority where the policyholder and the risk are located in the same EEA Member State outside the United Kingdom. Read more: Lloyd`s of London launches new Wordings deposit In addition to lloyd`s Bulletin and the Market Reform Slip mentioned above, another bulletin containing details on the new XIS submission process after the placement will be published this month. As indicated in bulletins LMA07-012-MR of 23 February 2007 and LMA07-026-MR of 13 April 2007, the main features of the new approach to contractual documentation are to ensure that the directive accurately reflects the conditions agreed in the note. * Xchanging should ensure that the broker does not introduce material errors into the contract of an approved form deposited with Lloyd`s as collateral for a member`s underwriting activities and held in trust. . . .