Shelley Lloyd joined Aon Reed Stenhouse in Canada in January 2007 as one of the two founding lawyers of the Legal and Research Practice (LARP) within Aon’s Financial Services Group. The group provides risk transfer solutions to many of Canada’s most prominent corporate executives and boards. Shelley has audited and developed wording for management liability insurance policies, and has been successful in reversing coverage denials for Aon’s clients facing claims under management liability and errors and omissions insurance policies.
In addition to her role with LARP, Shelley has also served on Aon’s Corporate Compliance team reviewing regulatory issues affecting Aon's insurance brokerage business, providing company-wide training on compliance requirements, and conducting corporate compliance audits. Shelley has recently joined Aon’s in-house Claims team to provide claims advocacy on management liability, professional liability and environmental liability matters. Shelley’s skills and experience provide Aon and its clients the benefit of expertise in regulatory and legislative developments in insurance, compliance evaluation, contract negotiation, coverage analysis, policy language development and claims advocacy.
Shelley has contributed to leading industry publications such as the Institute of Corporate Directors and Advisor.ca, and has been a speaker at legal and insurance events including the Professional Liability Underwriters Society’s panel on the Subprime Crisis, and the Association of Corporate Counsel Roundtable, and Canadian Insurance Top Broker E&O and D&O Roundtable. In addition, she has made a number of presentations to corporate boards and collaborated with Canadian law firms on issues of loss control, professional liability, and emerging corporate board exposures.
Prior to joining Aon, Shelley was Claims Counsel for Specialty Casualty Claims at Liberty International Underwriters, and was a litigator at Toronto insurance defence firm, McCague, Peacock, Borlack, McInnis & Lloyd. Shelley received an Honours Bachelor of Science from the University of Toronto in 1993, and her law degree from the State University of New York at Buffalo School of Law in 1996. She is called to the bar in New York, Connecticut and Ontario.