Lloyd’s of London has launched the first version of its Core Data Record (CDR) for market consultation in an effort to standardise data flow through the market. The move represents a "key milestone" in its Blueprint Two programme that aims to significantly improve operations while reducing the cost and efforts for brokers, underwriters and its business partners.
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Lloyd's, Blueprint Two Programme, Insurance, Reinsurance, John Neal, London market, UK