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Fees and Charges

Alpha, Fidentia and Lloyd's fees are set out here and our brochure includes more detailed information.

  • Annual fee to investors of £5,400 plus 0.5% of capacity.
  • No profit commission is charged by Alpha to any investor.
  • Fidentia Services LLP charge administration fees.
  • Lloyd's charge separate application fees and market services charges for administration.

Alpha fees must be approved by Lloyd's and are published in the Lloyd's Register of Agent's charges.

 

Alpha

Alpha does not charge profit commission in order to have a fair and competitive fee structure.

For the 2020 year of account Alpha charges an annual fee of £5,400 plus 0.5% of a member’s overall premium limit (OPL) allocated by Alpha, subject to a maximum fee of £38,500 for investors’ underwriting up to £10.0m.

For investors writing in excess of £10.0m, a fee of £5,400 plus 0.5% of a member’s OPL allocated by Alpha will apply with no maximum, but this fee is negotiable.

Members employed in the Lloyd’s market will be offered a discount of 10% of their annual fee.

A group of investors maybe able to receive a discount if they appoint a single spokesperson.

A fee of £5,500 is charged for setting up a new LLP or Nameco. This charge will cover the Fidentia application and set-up fees and any initial financial and tax advice given by Duncan & Toplis.  This fee will not cover Lloyd’s application fees which will be collected by Lloyd’s separately and are detailed below.

Fidentia

Fidentia currently charges an annual fee of £3,000 plus VAT for the administration of Namecos and LLPs.

A separate charge will be made by Fidentia for obtaining the data from Lloyd’s necessary for the preparation of the LLV’s accounts. The fee for an investor underwriting less than £2m is currently approximately £150 including VAT and there is a sliding scale for investors writing more than £2m up to a maximum fee of £625 including VAT.

Lloyd’s

Lloyd’s Market Services (MS) charges application fees for a new LLV depending upon the structure and complexity of the LLV. A simple structure will incur a charge of £5,250, a complex structure a charge of £10,500 and a LLV with non-related parties will incur a charge of £52,000. There are additional charges if a third party provides FAL.

MS also charges annual fees to cover various regulatory, custodial and tax preparation charges.  For a simple LLV, the charges normally amount to around £5,000 per year to cover custodianship of FAL assets and tax preparation.

Any syndicates’ underwriting results are net of annual Lloyd’s annual subscriptions and contributions to the Central Fund.