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London Market Insurance Principles and Practices - LM2

Sail through your LM2 course with help from the experts in CII revision!

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Deep dive into insurance law topics for the LM2 coursework and exam, with the U.K.’s only on-demand CII revision resource.

Our one-of-a-kind study solution will walk you through the LM2 course material, step-by-step, using techniques that make the content memorable, easy to understand, and fun.

To date, we've helped thousands of students get through their exams with ease.

Now, it's your turn.

What to expect: in this follow-on from the LM2 module, we’ll deep dive into the insurance principles and practices of the London market, to help you build on the foundations of your knowledge.

You’ll learn all about the way business is conducted in the London market, and what makes it an attractive prospect for insurance clients. We’ll cover market security, regulatory and legal requirements, and insurance intermediation. You’ll also learn about reinsurance, solvency, and really get into the finer details of insurance contracts, claims, and complaints.

In short: we will guide you, step-by-step, through everything you need to know to pass the LM2 module.


What will you learn?

Our course helps you achieve all the learning outcomes described in the London Market Insurance Principles and Practices (LM2) unit on the CII group website. At the end of our programme, you can expect to have a solid understanding of the following key topics, amongst others:

  1. The business nature of the London market and main classes written
  2. Reinsurance and market security
  3. The regulations and legal requirements applicable to insurance business
  4. Intermediation and the underwriting function
  5. The specific methods of conducting business
  6. Claims, and how complaints are handled

With this course, you get:

  • Over 3 hours of on-demand video
  • 11 chapters covering all the key principles from the LM2 module
  • Mind maps and checklists to cover off essential learning objectives
  • Practice exam questions at the end of every chapter
  • Chapter round-up videos to summarise your learning
  • 1 hour webinar on 'What You Need to Know', specifically for LM2
  • Bonus ‘Accelerate your revision’ video, posters, and more

"It's without doubt one of the best training tools I've come across for studying. I'm a visual learner and the study material was easy to understand and complimented my research and reading of the learning material, perfectly. If you're at any stage of your CII exams." - Luke

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