How do I join PPL?

1. Please introduce yourself

In order for your company to sign up to PPL and understand costs, please email us at PPLEnquiries@lloyds.com and we will arrange an initial conversation.

2. Sign your contract

Contracts must be signed in order to have access to the Platform. PPL will send through your Market User Agreement (MUA) to sign and return.

3. Complete your onboarding form

The onboarding form is the mechanism by which your company and its users will be set up on the PPL Platform.

If you are a broker, please click here to download your onboarding form.

If you are a carrier, please click here to download your onboarding form.

4. Organise your training

PPL offers a range of training options to suit you and your company, from online to classroom-based training, fully supported with user guides and materials. All training offered is tailored to your role whether you work for a broker, a carrier or if you are a professional trainer. Please click here for more information.

5. Start using PPL

PPL has over 13,000 users and we will publish your new teams on our weekly market communication. PPL can connect you to the relevant contacts in your partner companies that you do business with.

What do I get for my money?

From digital access to the London Market, training, masterclasses to a London based Helpdesk. Read all the benefits of joining.

How can I see the Platform?

We offer a number of events and opportunities for you to see the platform for yourself. You don’t have to be a member of PPL to come to our Open House Demonstrations.

What documents do I need to complete to get started?

In order to sign up to PPL and be set up on the Platform there are few documents we need from you.

What IT do I need to get PPL up and running?

PPL is a web-based platform. Wherever you have internet, you have access to PPL: anytime, anywhere.

FAQs

Your most frequent questions answered.

PPL Support & Enquiries

As PPL is designed by the market, for the market, we have a variety of channels to support practitioners.