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Airmic LogoAirmic is the association for anyone who has a responsibility for risk management or insurance in their organisation – but it is more than that. It is a focal point for professionals with a stake in risk management and corporate insurance buying, a catalyst for discussion and developing relationships.
Members include company secretaries, finance directors, internal audit as well as risk and insurance managers. Despite the economic conditions, Airmic has grown steadily over the past few years, with nearly 500 companies represented in the membership.

BILA is a unique organisation, its membership being drawn from Insurers, Insurance Brokers and other intermediaries, Academic Lawyers, Solicitors and Barristers. In addition to UK members, there are many from all over the world. BILA is not only a domestic organisation, it is also the British Chapter of Association Internationale de Droit des Assurances (AIDA) and is an active participant in all the activities of AIDA including its quadrennial world congress.
BILA holds regular talks and Conferences on insurance law topics, which qualify for continuing education points, often with speakers from overseas. It produces technical papers on a wide range of subjects for various bodies, including Government and Law Reform Commissions. BILA also publishes a journal, which contains articles of interest to insurance practitioners and has an annual article prize. As the organiser of the London Colloquia which are held every two to three years, BILA has not only been host to insurers and insurance lawyers from all over the world, but has been responsible for initiating many changes to the world of insurance. BILA’s Charitable Trust assists students to attend Conferences and awards the Annual BILA Book Prize.

Geneva LogoThe Geneva Association is the leading international insurance think tank for strategically important insurance and risk management issues.
The Geneva Association identifies fundamental trends and strategic issues where insurance plays a substantial role or which influence the insurance sector. Through the development of research programmes, regular publications and the organisation of international meetings, The Geneva Association serves as a catalyst for progress in the understanding of risk and insurance matters and acts as an information creator and disseminator. It is the leading voice of the largest insurance groups worldwide in the dialogue with international institutions. In parallel, it advances—in economic and cultural terms—the development and application of risk management and the understanding of uncertainty in the modern economy.


Composed of recognized leaders in the insurance industry, the International Association of Claim Professionals is an organization dedicated to promoting knowledge, fellowship and professionalism among its members. Our members recognize that well educated claim professionals are best able to represent their customers’ and the industry’s interests in a fast paced and ever changing global marketplace.

What we do
• Promote the highest standards of ethics for claim professionals
• Enhance the professional status of claim professionals
• Promote the public perception of member companies and their representatives
• Establish working relationships with other like minded associations and organizations

The International Insurance Society (IIS) is the world’s largest and most prestigious organization with 900 members spanning the globe. IIS mission is to facilitate cross-border exchange of ideas, development of global personal networks and to initiate practical and original research addressing critical issues facing the industry through the Shin Research Excellence Award. In conjunction with the IIS annual seminar, which is attended by 500+ insurance executives, leading regulators and academia, the prestigious Insurance Hall of Fame Award is presented.


ISU logoThe International Underwriting Association of London (IUA) represents international and wholesale insurance and reinsurance companies operating in or through London. It exists to promote and enhance the business environment for its members.

The IUA’s London Company Market Statistics Report shows that premium income for the company market in 2011 was £17.261bn with a further £5.052bn controlled by London but written elsewhere. These results are based on a comprehensive survey of 57 companies and give an overall intellectual and economic premium total of £22.313bn for the London company market.


Liiba LogoLondon & International Insurance Brokers’ Association (LIIBA) is the trade association representing the interests of insurance and reinsurance brokers operating in the London and international markets. LIIBA effectively takes on the role performed by the LMBC and before that the Lloyd’s Insurance Brokers’ Association (LIBA) which itself was founded in 1910. Our mission is to ensure that London remains where the world wants to do business by continuing the transformation of market processes and maintaining the highest professional standards.

LIIBA’s members place in excess of £37bn of premiums through the London Market and many billions more across the world. Collectively they generate one third (£1.75bn) of the insurance sector’s net exports for the UK economy.

Lloyd’s is the world’s specialist insurance market and occupies fifth place in terms of global reinsurance premium income, and is the largest surplus lines insurer in the US. In 2012, 88 syndicates are underwriting insurance at Lloyd’s, covering all classes of business from more than 200 countries and territories worldwide.

The Lloyd’s Market Association (LMA) provides professional technical support to the Lloyd’s underwriting and claims community and represents their interests. All managing agents at Lloyd’s are LMA members, together managing gross premium income of around £24 billion. Through the LMA the interests of Lloyd’s underwriters, managing agents and members’ agents are represented wherever decisions need to be made that affect the market.
The LMA’s agenda is driven by and on behalf of its members, many of whose staff volunteer their time to participate on boards, committees, business panels and other groups who are essential to the strength of the association.

London (Insurance) Market Group (LMG) is the senior market wide body formed to provide clarity and leadership on issues that require cross market consensus or collaboration.

LMG therefore considers all work:
• where there is a need to have a co-ordinated or consolidated cross market view on any issue;
• where collaboration between market constituents might deliver a more efficient overall outcome than individual action.
LMG’s primary focus is on the modernisation of business processing in the London market.

The CII has 95,000 members and has been at the forefront in setting professional standards for the insurance industry for over a century.

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