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What is a letter of authority and when is it required?

The letter of authority confirms that the appointed broker or consultant has the employer’s permission to access specific policy-related information, which is described in the letter. It confirms that they have authority to access/use this policy-related information to provide their services to the employer.

A letter of authority can also be used when an employer already has a broker but has authorised another broker to do a specific piece of work without formally appointing them. Read more about the letter of authority.

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