Association of British Insurers


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Association of British Insurers

A trade association for insurance companies in the United Kingdom. It lobbies and conducts public relations on behalf of the industry and sets standards of conduct for members. It was established in 1985 and is based in London.

Association of British Insurers

a TRADE ASSOCIATION which represents the collective interests of INSURANCE COMPANIES and INSURANCE BROKERS in the UK.

Association of British Insurers

see INSURANCE COMPANY.
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In October 2005, the Association of British Insurers (ABI) selected SAS as its strategic partner to develop the Operational Risk Insurance Consortium (ORIC), a new international initiative to help the insurance industry pool and analyze operational loss events that have been collated by a growing number of insurance companies.
ty tyr bo b T sa ce ce cu cu as The Association of British Insurers said their members - around 90 per cent of the market - will not ask customers for more money as long as the tyres are roadworthy and fitted in accordance with the vehicle manufacturers' specifications.
According to the Association of British Insurers (ABI) the Government must spend more on flood protection for the most vulnerable communities.
The Association of British Insurers estimates that travel insurers are likely to pay out pounds 62 million to people who were unable to fly after a cloud of volcanic ash covered Europe.
Around 335,000 claims were made between December 18 and January 13 when the country was hit by heavy snow and freezing temperatures, the Association of British Insurers said.
The Association of British Insurers recently warned the cost of the damage from the Cumbria floods last year to the industry as a whole had topped pounds 200m.
The poll of 2,000 drivers by the Association of British Insurers backed tougher action against cheats who lie or conceal convictions when taking out insurance.
Summary: Climate change is set to make insurance more expensive and harder to obtain, the Association of British Insurers (ABI) has warned.
The Association of British Insurers warned that most travel insurance policies would not cover the failure of a tour operator or air carrier.
The Association of British Insurers said there had been an increase in the number of homes and businesses that were the subject of claims.
Malcolm Tarling, a spokesman for the Association of British Insurers, said the industry is committed to processing claims quickly.
Research for the Association of British Insurers also found that 57% of people admit to never reviewing their pension plans.

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