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Compensation Disclosure

Compensation Disclosure

Lockton is committed to delivering a superior client experience through our customer-centered service model. Lockton wins and keeps clients by operating with complete integrity. We fulfill that pledge by providing fulsome disclosure regarding Lockton’s sources of income – whether received from insurance companies or third parties – to clients.

Unless applicable law or contractual agreement between Lockton and insurers states otherwise, any commission that Lockton is entitled to receive for any placements is fully earned at inception of the insurance program, and Lockton is entitled to retain such commissions in the event of a midterm cancellation of coverage or a reduction in coverage resulting in a premium adjustment.

Lockton may receive compensation in a number of ways, including: 1) commissions paid by an insurer, calculated as a percentage of premiums, or 2) negotiated fees paid by a client in lieu of, or in addition to, commissions. These commissions or fees received are for the placement/renewal of a client's insurance/risk management program, day-to-day servicing, risk control services and/or other services Lockton has agreed to provide on a client's behalf.

Lockton may also be eligible to receive other forms of compensation such as incentive or contingency payments or bonuses and/or supplemental commissions from insurance companies, intermediaries (which may be affiliated with Lockton) or other third parties as a result of being an insurance broker (collectively, “Additional Compensation”).

Contingency payments or bonuses are based on the overall performance of a partial or entire book of business Lockton places with an insurance company, and Lockton’s eligibility and the amount of any such compensation may vary depending on the line of business and a number of “contingent” factors related to future performance such as overall premium volume, premium growth year-over-year, persistency, profitability and/or retention targets set by the insurer. As such, a contingency payment received by Lockton from an insurer is difficult to tie back to any particular client insurance policy. Additional Compensation in the form of supplemental commission is established at the beginning of each calendar year based on Lockton’s historical and current performance typically measured using some or all of the same performance factors by which contingency payments are calculated. Lockton may also receive service fees from insurers for consulting, managing general agency arrangements and/or analytics or administration services specific to an insurer including, without limitation, consulting in the development of insurer sales, product and/or marketing plans to broaden available coverage for Lockton clients. These service fees are not tied to, dependent on or identified with any particular client or insurance placement.

At times, insurers may also request that Lockton Re, LLC, a reinsurance intermediary broker affiliate (“Lockton Re”) place facultative and/or treaty reinsurance on their behalf and compensate Lockton Re for any such placement(s), subject to Lockton Re’s Terms of Business agreement.

Lockton may also receive interest or investment income on funds temporarily held by it, such as premiums or return premiums, service fees or other compensation from premium finance companies for administrative services provided to or on behalf of premium finance companies relative to the financing of client insurance premiums.

Please contact your Lockton representative if you have specific questions regarding the compensation Lockton receives as it relates to your account.