Accessing reliable data in the Lloyd’s Market doesn’t have to be a wild-goose chase. Indispensable information on loss costs, rating factors, policy forms and wordings, as well as estimates of insured catastrophic losses are at your fingertips through a dedicated web portal.
Gain statistically robust insights into future loss costs and reliable benchmarks informed by the collective experience of hundreds of insurers across multiple lines of business.
950+ pricing circulars a year
3.8 billion+ statistical records processed every year
19 billion+ records drive loss cost development
40+ plus year steward of industry data
The portal draws from Verisk’s vast database of ISO rating information and offers different views of loss cost and rating factor averages for multiple scenarios across many classes of business and US jurisdictions. Alternatively, you can simply download Verisk data and incorporate the information into your own rating models.
Whether you are a new syndicate or looking to expand into a line or territory where you have no experience data, the portal can help you validate your pricing models and loss reserving.
The Lloyd’s ISO Portal, updated twice per year, provides data and policy information to syndicates across 18 lines of business, with 2-3 billion records and 20,000+ submissions annually.
The actuarially established estimate of future loss payments, including such costs as claims handling and legal defense.
A searchable database of policy wordings and clauses that are regularly used in the London Market.
Examples of these include Increased Limit Factors (ILFs), deductible factors, claims-made factors, and Public Protection Classification (PPC) factors.
The insurance industry’s trusted source for compiling and reporting estimates of catastrophic insured property losses.
Contains standardised policy forms and policy writing support for 29 lines of business.
A daily updated database containing all ISO circulars issued since January, 1995.
All Lloyd’s syndicates have free access to the Lloyd’s ISO Portal. Please get in touch if you require a login.