Association of Insurance and Risk Managers in Industry and Commerce

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Association of Insurance and Risk Managers in Industry and Commerce

An organization in the United Kingdom for insurers and risk management companies. It is intended to promote best practices in the risk management sector. It is based in London.
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Best Europe's booth #50 at the AIRMIC London 2007 conference.
The annual European Risk Management Awards are run by StrategicRISK, the official journal of AIRMIC, the UK Association of Risk and Insurance Managers.
June 5-6 Association of Insurance and Risk Managers: AIRMIC 2007 Conference and Exhibition, Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre, London.
Take advantage of commentary that focuses on these risks from respected individuals from prominent industry associations such as the Financial Services Authority, ACORD and AIRMIC.
Instead, AIRMIC focused on two initiatives: upping pressure on insurers and brokers to improve service levels, and launching an enterprise risk management evaluation.
We're all in the same boat when it comes to the insurance market," said David Ireland, AIRMIC chairman.
based risk management association AIRMIC in London, and speaking is Richard Titley, chairman of Sedgwick Europe.
Gamble said that AIRMIC members spend around 4 billion [pounds sterling] (approximately $7.
This heightened status was reflected at AIRMIC's annual conference, held in April at the University of Nottingham, where a record 500 delegates and 200 exhibitors heard AIRMIC chairman Peter Lerwill report that the organization is regularly consulted by the government, the media and other associations.
Alan Fleming, the former executive director of AIRMIC, says that an excess market does seem to have developed, and he knows of some members who have bought levels of 100 million [pounds].
The December 2006 deadlines for the London market include achieving contract certainty in at least 85 percent of cases, and this year AIRMIC published guidance to risk managers and insurance buyers to ensure this target is met.