Making the London Market an easier place to do business

Current Projects

Within the TOM, the key initiatives for 2017 are:

Placing Platform Limited (PPL)

PPL is the first step of the TOM – a single market electronic placing platform utilised by everyone to capture placing information electronically earlier and with greater accuracy. The development of Placing Platform supports both traditional face-to-face negotiations and purely electronic placements, or a combination of both. It will reduce costs, remove specific London requirements, provide more management information with a greater degree of accuracy and give greater transparency.

Placing Platform Limited (PPL) has been set up by the market associations (IUA, LIIBA and LMA).

For more information on PPL, please click here


Central Services (CSRP)

CSRP is focussed on standardising the process for premium and claims accounting. It will allow brokers to interact with the central bureau service using the same data and process standards that have been successfully implemented outside the bureau by the Ruschlikon initiative. It is a collaborative cross-market programme involving the market associations (IUA, LIIBA and LMA), working closely with XIS as delivery partners and with the Associations Administrations Committee (AAC).

For more information on the CSRP, please click here


Delegated Authorities (DA)

The aim of the DA initiative is to centralise and streamline processes to eliminate inefficiencies associated with Delegated Authority business services. This initiative will:

  • address the issues of poor integration of data between systems and limited functionality to provide a more efficient coverholder approval process;
  • reduce duplication of audits and interruptions to coverholders;
  • reduce the time spent by brokers and insurers on manual data capture and;
  • cleanse and eliminate need for manual Bordereaux – replaced with automated data sharing at a far more granular level.

For more information on the Delegated Authorities, please click here


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LMG re-appoints Nicolas Aubert as Chair

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LMG Forum - London Matters 2017

The London Matters 2017 report will be launched 9th May register your interest here

City Week 25th and 26th May

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PPL re-schedules delivery dates

March 27th, 2017 – the board of PPL Ltd has announced today that it has decided to bring phase 1 of
integration forward and push Release 2C back. Please click here for further information.


LMG publishes Brexit recommendations for Government

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TOM – claims payments able to move faster

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PPL gains momentum with marine classes online

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