The broker and insurers who wish to take over the SCAP agreement must agree at the time of conclusion of the contract on the basis of risk and write the corresponding text of the standard clause (LMA9150). All insurers must participate in the risk under the same conditions, with the exception of those relating to premium and intermediation. The main insurer (Slip Lead), which must be a licensed insurer in the UK or a member of Lloyd`s, is solely responsible for claims management for in-scope claims. The SCAP agreement only applies if it is incorporated into new investments or renewals, and not into existing investments or claims. When SCAP is integrated into a risk contract with multiple insurers, the lead insurer has the exclusive authority to manage and determine claims. Subscribing insurers will be significantly less involved in claims management, but will need to be kept informed with basic claims information and will have the right to request further information if necessary. Robust mechanisms to address damage issues and initiate dispute resolution proceedings should also ensure the safety of follow-up insurers who are concerned about the significant transfer of rights under the agreement. Second, the Slip Lead has a number of obligations in determining an in-scope claim, including: the Single Claims Agreement Party (SCAP) is a London market initiative aimed at facilitating the payment of a lower value (£250,000 or less), non-complex claims involving multiple parties in London. David Matcham, CEO of the IUA, said, “The introduction of a single damages agreement option at the time of placement promises to make claims processing faster, cheaper and more efficient in London.” However, a final agreement template is not typical of the company`s market and each IUA carrier has rights to agree on the requirement on its part. . . .