NTT Data publishes Blueprint Playbook for companies market

NTT Data UK & Ireland has today released the Blueprint Two Foundational Playbook for the Company Market, on behalf of Lloyd’s of London and the IUA, following the release of playbooks for brokers and managing agents in 2022 and the new playbook will share advice and guidance as carriers prepare for the coming changes enforced by Blueprint Two.

Shaun Howarth, insurance practice director at NTT Data UK & Ireland, commented: “Building on the momentum of the last two Playbooks produced by NTT Data, Lloyd’s and the LMA and LIIBA respectively, we developed this new Playbook to help Company Market Carriers understand their requirements and provide them with a suggested approach to implementing Blueprint Two recommendations."

Louise Day, chief operating officer at the IUA added: “I am delighted that we have been able to work with the London Market Joint Ventures and NTT Data to publish this foundational playbook that will help Company Market carriers start to understand what they need to do in order to adopt the new digital claims, accounting and settlement services currently under development. This is a generational improvement in capability and we will ensure that our member s are kept abreast as further detail becomes clear over the lifetime of this complex transformation.”

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