Tysers, working with the TMPAA, is proud to sponsor the “Targeting Talent Trophy” which looks to provide a selected individual, from a Program Administrator member of the Association, the opportunity to travel to London for a 10 day educational assignment during the spring of 2018.
The selected applicant will leave London with a comprehensive understanding of how Program Business is transacted in the London market, spending time with the Tysers’ broking team and various Lloyd’s syndicates. There will be a focus on all aspects of transacting Program Business in London from client introduction through placement to accounting and claims.
This educational assignment is targeting applicants with:
- Minimum of 3 years experience with a Program Administrator
- Potential future carrier relationship responsibilities
- Interest in broadening their experience to include knowledge of the London Market
Sponsorship will include flights to London, transfers and accommodation for the duration of the stay.
TMPAA members interested in this opportunity will need to complete the Targeting Talent Trophy Application and submit by September 22, 2017. Based on individual responses, the top 10 applications will be selected. From this group of 10, one application will be randomly selected as the 2016 Targeting Talent Trophy winner. The winner will be announced at the 17th Annual Summit in October.
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Here's what the 2016 recipient had to say about the experience:
Truly an experience of a lifetime! I have always understood that our industry is based on relationships, but my time in London gave me a new definition of what a relationship business really is. The daily personal interaction and open discussion was a fascinating aspect of the Lloyd’s market. I had the opportunity to spend time with syndicate underwriters who shared their thought processes when underwriting individual accounts as well as portfolios of business. Previously, I had only a theoretical understanding of portfolio underwriting and never had the opportunity to see Big Data in action. Seeing how underwriters analyze and apply scheduled modeling to their parameters further emphasized the impact that analytics have on business. The knowledge and experience displayed within the Lloyd’s market makes it easy to see how they have remained essential to the insurance industry.
Leah Karcher, CPCU