Concordia Compliance Ltd

Managing Director - Paul May LLB (Hons), MBA, FCII, FCILA, AdipC, DipAIS, MCIArb, FIRM, FCMI, MAE, FUEDI-ELAE, AMIMC, FinstD, FIFAA

Concordia has considerable experience in compliance services, establishing and reviewing compliance and performance in the areas of:

  • Forensic adjusting
  • Department reviews
  • FSA testing
  • Lloyds CMP testing
  • Binder and delegated authority contracts
  • Cedant/re-insurer contracts
  • Reserving adequacy
  • Performance on individual claims
  • Reviewing panel loss adjusters' performance
  • Procedures review with recommendations
  • HR advice
  • Catastrophe adjuster reviews

We are able to work with parties prior to completion of an agreement as well as during the term of the arrangement.

We recognise the importance of agreeing the real meaning, and performance indicators that relate to definitions of performance.

We have developed the Concordia Compliant approach which provides a rating for each definition process and sub-process of the contract under review. Compliance services from Concordia Consultancy.

Contact:
info@concordiacompliance.com or paul.may@concordiaconsultancy.com

 

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January 2024
RISK issues in 2024

The Institute of Risk Management asked Paul May to identify and share some thoughts and questions regarding key RISK issues in 2024.
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December 2023
Paul May suggests that Lloyds Names could be more proactive

“How Lloyd’s Names can encourage their Underwriters to be more fully prepared to react to chaos and unpredictability”
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June 2023
Concordia Loss Adjusting Workshop with HSF


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