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A firm must take out and maintain at all times professional indemnity insurance that is at least equal to the requirements in this section from: (1) an insurance undertaking which is authorised to transact professional indemnity insurance in the EEA; or (2) a person of equivalent status in: (a) a Zone A country; (b) the Channel Islands, Gibraltar, Bermuda or the Isle of Man. [Note:Article 4(3) of the Insurance Mediation Directive]
If the firm is an IMD insurance intermediary, whether or not it is also an exempt CAD firm, the appropriate minimum limits of indemnity per year are no lower than: (1) EUR 1,120,200 for a single claim against the firm; and(2) EUR 1,680,300 in the aggregate.[Note: Article 4(3) of the Insurance Mediation Directive]
If the firm is both an IMD insurance intermediary and an exempt CAD firm that maintains professional indemnity insurance under 13.1A.4(1)(b), the appropriate additional limits of indemnity to 13.1.10R per year are no lower than: (1) EUR 500,000 for a single claim against the firm; and (2) EUR 750,000 in the aggregate. [Note: 3article 31(2) of the CRD (see also IPRU-INV 13.1A.4R2)]
If the firm is not an IMD insurance intermediary or an exempt CAD firm, then the following limits of indemnity apply: (1) if the firm has relevant income of up to £3,000,000, no lower than £500,000 for a single claim against the firm and £500,000 in the aggregate; or (2) if the firm has relevant income of more than £3,000,000, no lower than £650,000 for a single claim against the firm and £1,000,000 in the aggregate.
Article 4(7) of the Insurance Mediation Directive requires the limits of indemnity to be reviewed every five years to take into account movements in European consumer prices. These limits will therefore be subject to further adjustments on the basis of index movements advised by the European Commission.
MIPRU 3.2.1RRP
A firm must take out and maintain professional indemnity insurance that is at least equal to the requirements of this section from:(1) an insurance undertaking authorised to transact professional indemnity insurance in the EEA; or(2) a person of equivalent status in:(i) a Zone A country; or(ii) the Channel Islands, Gibraltar, Bermuda or the Isle of Man.[Note: Article 4(3) of the Insurance Mediation Directive2]2
MIPRU 3.2.7RRP
If the firm is an insurance intermediary, then the minimum limits of indemnityare:(1) for a single claim, €1,120,200 3; and3(2) in aggregate, €1,680,3003 or, if higher, 10% of annual income up to £30 million.3[Note: Article 4(3) of the Insurance Mediation Directive2]2
MIPRU 3.2.7AGRP
3Article 4(7) of the Insurance Mediation Directive requires the limits of indemnity to be reviewed every five years to take into account movements in European consumer prices. These limits will therefore be subject to further adjustments on the basis of index movements advised by the European Commission.
IPRU-INV 9.2.4RRP
(1) An exempt CAD firm which is not an IMD insurance intermediary must have: (a) initial capital of EUR 50,000; or (b) professional indemnity insurance covering the whole territory of the EEAor some other comparable guarantee against liability arising from professional negligence, representing at least EUR 1,000,000 applying to each claim and in aggregate EUR 1,500,000 per year for all claims; or (c) a combination of initial capital and professional
IPRU-INV 9.2.5RRP
(1) An exempt CAD firm that is also an IMD insurance intermediary must comply with the professional indemnity insurance requirements at least equal to those set out in IPRU-INV 9.2.4R(1)(b)2 (except that the minimum limits of indemnity are at least EUR 1,120,200 for a single claim and EUR 1,680,300 in aggregate) and in addition has to have: (a) initial capital of EUR 25,000; or (b) professional indemnity insurance covering the whole territory of the
(1) A firm which is not an IMD insurance intermediary must have:(a) initial capital of EUR 50,000; or (b) professional indemnity insurance at least equal to the requirements of IPRU-INV 13.1.11R4 and IPRU-INV 13.1.15R4 to IPRU-INV 13.1.27R4; or 1(c) a combination of initial capital and professional indemnity insurance in a form resulting in a level of coverage equivalent to (a) or (b). [Note: Article 67(3) of MiFID and article 31(1) of the CRD (see also rule IPRU-INV
(1) A firm that is also an IMD insurance intermediary must have professional indemnity insurance at least equal to the limits set out in IPRU-INV 13.1.10R4 and in addition must2 have:1(a) initial capital of EUR 25,000; or (b) professional indemnity insurance at least equal to the requirements1 of IPRU-INV 13.1.12R4 and IPRU-INV 13.1.15R4 to IPRU-INV 13.1.27R4; or 211(c) a combination of initial capital and professional indemnity insurance in a form resulting in a level
MIPRU 3.1.3GRP
The purposes of this chapter are to:(1) implement article 4.3 of the Insurance Mediation Directive in so far as it requires insurance intermediaries to hold professional indemnity insurance, or some other comparable guarantee, against any liability that might arise from professional negligence; and(2) meet the statutory objectives11 of consumer protection and protecting and enhancing the integrity of the UK financial system11 by ensuring that firms have adequate resources to protect