Multinational programmes written in London - challenges and opportunities/client buying
In this IIL London Market lecture Matthew Latham discussed the current issues for buyers multinational programmes, including the role of client's captive insurer as part of the solution. He also gave his thoughts on the role the London Market plays and the possible impact of Brexit.
The lecture focused on the different methods for multinational companies around the world and what factors need to be considered (admitted/non-admitted, good local standard or manuscript wordings, sanctions etc). It also covered how captive insurance companies are used in these programmes, including the benefits a captive can bring and current trends/issues impacting their usage. Finally, he looked at the role of the London Market in the provision of these programmes and considered what the future is, with an eye on the Brexit process.
By the end of this lecture members would have gained an insight into:
- Key issues for buyers of multinational programmes
- How captives are used in those programmes and what factors are impacting the use of captives
- How the London Market is positioned and how that might change through the Brexit process
Matthew joined XL Catlin as Head of Captive Programmes in 2014. His remit is global and involves working with underwriters to provide clients with global programme and captive fronting solutions. Prior to this Matthew worked at AIG, ACE and Willis.
Tim Pritchard, Head of Placement, Marsh.
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