Lloyd’s Blueprint One

Panel Discussion & Drinks  |  4pm - 5.30pm  |  3rd December  |  Etc. Fenchurch Street, London

Lloyd's Blueprint One

| Etc. Fenchurch Street

The strategic and practical implications for the London market.

“Blueprint One marks the start of a transformational next stage of the Future at Lloyd’s”

With the winding up of the TOM programme the transformation agenda is now focussing on the Future at Lloyd’s strategy and specifically ‘Blueprint One’ which was released at the end of September.

The Blueprint offers some more detail around the central themes of digital trading, claims, capital deployment and a services platform. It also outlines the phased approach, timelines for implementation and the skills, capabilities and culture that is required to deliver the change. However, there are still questions over the execution of the plan, the technologies that will be used to deliver each element and the implications for existing systems and processes within carriers and brokers.

This panel discussion will focus on the key opportunities, threats and practical challenges of implementing the six pillars of transformation in the market

This panel discussion is fully booked



16:00 Lloyd’s Blueprint One - The strategic and practical implications for the London market

This panel discussion will focus on the key opportunities, threats and practical challenges of implementing the six pillars of transformation in the market

Topics to be covered include:

  • What will happen to Xchanging and the current central services?
  • Given the track record of delivering transformational change, what are the key criteria to ensure success this time around?
  • What are the roles and responsibilities of the various bodies in delivering the Blueprint?
  • Overcoming the practical operational challenges across the value chain
  • Is the Lloyd’s Risk Exchange the only answer to dealing with less complex risks and claims?

Each panelist will present their vision for the realisation of the Blueprint, the challenges that lie ahead and how they may be overcome.

Following the presentations the audience participate in a lively Q&A session. The meeting is held under the Chatham House rule and there are no press or transcripts taken.

Ian Cooper

Chair of the International and Wholesale Brokers Advisory Board
Louise Day
Director of Operations
International Underwriting Association of London
Lee Elliston
Claims Director

Lloyds Market Association
Ben Bolton
Founder and Managing Director
Gracechurch Consulting

Speaker Profiles

Ian CooperPartner, Lockton Companies LLP

Ian has more than 30 years’ experience in a variety of client service, sales and operational leadership roles in the (re)insurance broking industry. 

Ian has led a variety of complex projects for Lockton’s International business, ranging from its largest acquisition, PL Ferrari, successfully completed in 2016, to Brexit and, more recently, an integral role in the expansion of the reinsurance business.

Louise DayDirector of Operations, International Underwriting Association 

Louise has over 25 years' experience delivering change, and is now helping the London insurance market deliver major change and manage its operational services. Louise engages with many large commercial insurers to ensure they are fully involved in the change programme and able to influence it appropriately.

Louise is also involved with promoting the talent and diversity work being undertaken in the market and enjoys mentoring and developing people.

Lee EllistonClaims Director, Lloyd's Market Association

Lee brings over 16 years’ experience of delivering change to this panel discussion. He is currently the LMA’s lead on claims strategy and programme delivery, including operations and delegated authorities.
Lee's role is to support the Lloyd's markets and claims communities priorities and strategic goals on technical, operational and technology matters.

Ben BoltonFounder and Managing DirectorGracechurch Consulting 

Ben leads major client accounts and consults on business strategy and planning projects. Ben has strong experience of implementing change in the areas of marketing, research and strategic planning, having conducted several major internal assignments for clients. This work has given him a good understanding of the issues relating to successful implementation of strategy processes and the vital need to create leadership.  

Ben has strong experience of strategy and marketing as well as professional services and corporate markets.

17:30 Drinks reception

18:30 Close