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LLD 3.3 Information about the Central Fund

LLD 3.3.1R

The Society must give the FSA a report on the Central Fund as at the end of each calendar quarter.

LLD 3.3.2R

The report referred to in LLD 3.3.1 R must reach the FSA within two weeks of the end of each calendar quarter and must include information on:

  1. (1)

    the net market value of the Central Fund;

  2. (2)

    payments made from the Central Fund in that quarter;

  3. (3)

    the types of investment in which the Central Fund is held;

  4. (4)

    the commencement or cessation of, or any changes in the terms of, any insurance policy taken out to protect the Central Fund; and

  5. (5)

    any claim made, or circumstances notified that are likely to lead to a claim, under any insurance policy taken out to protect the Central Fund.

LLD 3.3.3G

Because of the significance of the Central Fund in the protection of policyholders, the Society should notify the FSA under LLD 3.3.2 R (5) of all matters relevant to any actual or potential claim. These include but are not limited to the facts on which that claim is based, the circumstances under which those facts arose and any relevant response to the claim from any insurer or reinsurer concerned.

LLD 3.3.4G

The report referred to in LLD 3.3.1 R must be submitted in writing in accordance with SUP 16.3.7 to SUP 16.3.10 (see SUP 16.3.6).1