The Association of British Insurers (ABI) is the trade body for insurance companies with around 400 members accounting for almost 97% of the worldwide business of UK insurance companies.
ABI provides leadership on issues affecting the industry's future and image; it shapes and influences decisions made by the Government, regulator and other public authorities, within and outside the UK, in order to benefit the industry collectively and communicates on its behalf to the media and other stakeholders. ABI provides a range of services to members to underpin this role.
ABI members have substantial holdings invested in company shares and other assets on behalf of millions of savers in the UK and elsewhere. ABI takes an active part in issues surrounding corporate governance and socially responsible investment.
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The 2015 ABI Biennial Conference - Agenda 2020 - will be the largest and most significant gathering of insurers & stakeholders following the 2015 General Election.
Almost £2.5billion worth of payments has been made to customers in the first three months since the new pension freedoms came in, the Association of British Insurers (ABI) said today. That’s equivalent to £27million a day.
With a record-breaking number of over 470,0001 students being accepted into UK universities and colleges this year, the Association of British Insurers (ABI) is issuing a five step guide to remind students what they should be doing to look after their belongings.
Figures published today by the ABI highlight the vital role protection insurance plays in helping customers cope with the financial difficulties that can arise as a result of a death, serious illness or injury.
Thousands of motorists are paying a high price, in some cases driving illegally, by cutting corners when buying motor insurance according to latest figures out today from the ABI (Association of British Insurers).