LLOYD'S MINIMUM STANDARDS
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(nb: not directly connected)
Lloyd's introduced Minimum Standards following the 1993 introduction of Corporate Capital as part of the successful rasing of standards or management of Underwriting.
The minimum standards are statements of business conduct which managing agents are expected to comply with to operate at Lloyd’s.
These Standards provide a good benchmark for all insurance underwriting whether at Lloyd's or in the Company market and they inform the basis of riskscheck's review operations.
They provide a good benchmark wherever operations are based; they can be applied worldwide not merely in the London market.
These are the areas covered by Lloyd's Standards (nb: these are not linked but can be accessed via LLoyds.com):