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DA SATS

DA SATS

Rebranding

Please note that Lloyd’s have completed a rebranding exercise and as a result ‘DA SATS’ will now be named ‘Delegated Data Manager’. The LIMOSS website and all supporting material will be updated to reflect these changes over the coming months.

The DA SATS solution

Find out how to access DA SATS.

DA SATS the Submission, Access and Transformation Solution is a central bordereaux management solution for the London Market reshaping the way data is handled.

The purpose of the service is to make business simpler by providing a single set of market approved delegated data and reducing the need to duplicate data entry.

DA SATS can help all parties report their Delegated Authority business effectively. With DA SATS it can provide the market with standardised risk, premium and claims data for Delegated Authority arrangements.

This is consistent, validated and available to all relevant parties on the contract for oversight, analysis and reporting.

Read the DA SATS (DDM) case study on the Charles Taylor website.

Find out how DA SATS can meet your needs.

The purpose of DA SATS

  • To establish centralised data for market participants
  • To eliminate duplication and reduce work effort
  • To standardise data
  • To provide complete information for more informed decision making
  • To provide analytics and MI

Background

DA SATS went live for Lloyd’s Delegated Authority business in 2018 and was mandated for use for Lloyd’s Brussels business incepting from the 2019 year of account. This will be further expanded to include Lloyd’s Brussels Bulking Lineslip business placed in the Lloyd’s market from the 2021 year of account. DA SATS is available to Lloyd’s insurers with company market business from May 2020.

Read more on the Lloyd’s DA SATS intent to mandate bulletin.

DA SATS is powered by Tide, an application developed by Charles Taylor InsureTech.

DA SATS will transform the various bordereaux formats received to the agreed  Coverholder Reporting Standards.

You can find more information on the required standards on the Market Business Glossary (MBG).

New users to the MBG will need to register first.