What Is A Delegated Authority Agreement
14 octobre 2021
A delegated power relationship is formed when an insurer allows another party to act on its behalf, whether in connection with a underwriting or claims handling function. When signing authority is delegated, Lloyd`s designates it as a cover taker. First, what is a delegated authority? In short, a delegated authority is a contract that allows a policyholder (who could be you) to take risks on behalf of an insurance company (i.e. Pen). However, it is more than that. By setting up delegated authority with Pen, you have the opportunity to bring to market a standalone insurance product that builds on your knowledge of your customers and accurately meets their insurance needs, whether they are film companies, straw ship owners, or business owners in your area. What does this have in store for you? A unique offer tailored to your customers: Pen does not take a « ready-to-use » or « universal » approach. With your expertise and technical know-how, we create a unique formulation, risk rating, or even pricing for your client group. Pricing: Our in-house actuarial team includes pricing specialists who ensure that the product is valued correctly, which means it is as competitive as possible for your market. Brand: This is your brand on politics, so if you work hard for customers – and we know you do – the more you build your brand. Empowerment: Because we set the risk and rating requirements, we can give you the tools to accept risk where others need to say « no. » Control: We understand that you want to control not only your product, but also your service to your customers, so while Pen can equip you with everything from formulation to delivery, you retain control over the service you deliver. Remuneration: Taking over delegated authority offers a higher commission than if you had sold the same product as an intermediary.
Depending on the extent to which work is transferred from us to you, your compensation could increase – simply put, the more you do, the more you could earn. What delegated authorities can we offer? Pen provides delegated authority for personal and commercial lines. On commercial lines, we offer liability products, exclusive and combined. Our broad willingness to take risks ranges from shops and family entrepreneurs to village festivals and venomous snakes on film sets. We have an equally broad appetite for personal lines; Our household products range from non-standard homes to mid-net-worth homes to vacation homes; while our personal lines include stamp collections, caravans and instruments from professional classical musicians. Why choose Pen and not another insurer? Quite simply: experience and know-how. The most senior members of our budget team have been working together for over 30 years, not only as personal line insurers, but also as delegated authority underwriters. Prior to Pen, the team was responsible for Lloyd`s largest household portfolio in the UK. Our sales team specializes in niche insurance – from family stores to entrepreneurs, village festivals and venomous snakes on film sets; The team is also an industry leader when it comes to horse risk.
What do we need from you? If you want to create a delegated authority, the more information we have from you, the better. You need to have a clear idea of what you want to write and how you`re going to distribute it. We want to see your business strategy and all the proven experiences. The more we know about your needs, the easier it will be to meet them. The MGA`s relationship with the insurer is the key to the long-term success of a delegated agreement, and should therefore be taken into account when choosing the right partner. .