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British Insurance Brokers Association (BIBA)
Updated on:
July 19, 2023

British Insurance Brokers Association (BIBA)

The British Insurance Brokers Association (BIBA) is a leading trade association for insurance brokers in the United Kingdom.

  • BIBA represents the interests of insurance brokers in the UK
  • It works to improve the industry by promoting professionalism and ethical behavior
  • It provides support and resources to its members

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The British Insurance Brokers Association (BIBA) is a non-profit trade association that represents the interests of insurance brokers in the UK. BIBA works to promote the interests of insurance brokers and to improve the insurance industry as a whole. It does this by promoting professionalism, ethical behavior, and best practices among insurance brokers, and by advocating for policies that are in the best interests of the industry.

BIBA provides a wide range of support and resources to its members, including access to market information and insights, training and development programs, and opportunities for networking and collaboration. In addition, BIBA works to raise public awareness about the role of insurance brokers, and to promote the benefits of working with a broker when buying insurance. Overall, the BIBA plays an important role in supporting the insurance brokering industry in the UK and helping to ensure that consumers have access to quality insurance products and services.

Through its various activities, BIBA helps corporate clients access high-quality insurance brokerage services that meet their specific needs and requirements.

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