Association of British Insurers – The ABI (Association of British Insurers) represents the collective interests of the UK’s insurance industry. The Association speaks out on issues of common interest; helps to inform and participate in debates on public policy issues; and also acts as an advocate for high standards of customer service in the insurance industry.
The Chartered Insurance Institute – The CII is a professional organisation for those working in the insurance and financial services industry, dedicated to promoting higher standards of competence and integrity through the provision of relevant qualifications for employees at all levels and across all sectors.
The Insurance Institute of Ireland – The Insurance Institute of Ireland is the leading professional and educational body for the insurance industry in Ireland and its current membership is approaching 10,000.
Chartered Institute of Loss Adjusters – Chartered Loss Adjusters are independent claims specialists who operate under a Royal Charter to investigate, negotiate and agree the conclusion of insurance and other claims on behalf of insurers and policyholders. The Institute plays a pivotal role in leading the profession in the UK and overseas.
BIBA – BIBA – the British Insurance Brokers’ Association – is the UK’s leading general insurance organisation. They represent the interests of insurance brokers, intermediaries and customers.
AIRMIC – The Association of Insurance and Risk Managers has a role which includes supporting Risk Managers and promoting Risk Management. It has a membership of nearly 850 and represents the insurance buyers for about 75% of the FTSE 100, as well as very substantial representation in the mid 250 and other smaller companies.
youTalk-insurance – youTalk-insurance is an insurance news and video website for insurance brokers, risk managers and general insurance professionals.
MGAA – The Managing General Agents’ Association (MGAA) was formed in 2011 to fulfil the role of lobbying on behalf of MGAs, communicating their benefits and driving best practice. As a not-for-profit organisation, the MGAA, and its board of directors and specialist committees focus on shaping the future of delegated underwriting in the UK.