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The ABI is the voice of the UK’s world leading insurance and long-term savings industry. A productive, inclusive and thriving sector, we are an industry that provides peace of mind to households and businesses across the UK and powers the growth of local and regional economies by enabling trade, risk taking, investment and innovation.
The UK insurance market:
- helps Britain thrive...


The ABI is the voice of the UK’s world leading insurance and long-term savings industry. A productive, inclusive and thriving sector, we are an industry that provides peace of mind to households and businesses across the UK and powers the growth of local and regional economies by enabling trade, risk taking, investment and innovation.

The UK insurance market:
- helps Britain thrive in its global role, adding £40 billion a year to the UK economy.
- is responsible for more than 300,000 jobs in an industry which is highly-skilled and global.
- provides peace of mind to businesses and families across the UK.
- enables exports and invests in new technologies that will secure Britain’s prosperity.

The ABI:
- has over 250 member companies, including most household names and specialist providers.
- was formed in 1985 and is funded by members’ subscriptions on a not-for-profit basis.
- our members are major tax contributors, paying £12 billion to the government in 2013.
- all our members agree to our compulsory codes of conduct.

Our role is to:
- get the right people together to help inform public policy debates, engaging with politicians, policymakers and regulators at home and abroad.
- be the public voice of the sector, promoting the value of its products and highlighting its importance to the wider economy.
- help encourage consumer understanding of the sector’s products and practices
support a competitive insurance industry, in the UK and overseas.

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London, GB
120 medewerkers

ABI

The ABI is the voice of the UK’s world leading insurance and long-term savings industry. A productive, inclusive and thriving sector, we are an industry that provides peace of mind to households and businesses across the UK and powers the growth of local and regional economies by enabling trade, risk taking, investment and innovation.
The UK insurance market:
- helps Britain thrive...


The ABI is the voice of the UK’s world leading insurance and long-term savings industry. A productive, inclusive and thriving sector, we are an industry that provides peace of mind to households and businesses across the UK and powers the growth of local and regional economies by enabling trade, risk taking, investment and innovation.

The UK insurance market:
- helps Britain thrive in its global role, adding £40 billion a year to the UK economy.
- is responsible for more than 300,000 jobs in an industry which is highly-skilled and global.
- provides peace of mind to businesses and families across the UK.
- enables exports and invests in new technologies that will secure Britain’s prosperity.

The ABI:
- has over 250 member companies, including most household names and specialist providers.
- was formed in 1985 and is funded by members’ subscriptions on a not-for-profit basis.
- our members are major tax contributors, paying £12 billion to the government in 2013.
- all our members agree to our compulsory codes of conduct.

Our role is to:
- get the right people together to help inform public policy debates, engaging with politicians, policymakers and regulators at home and abroad.
- be the public voice of the sector, promoting the value of its products and highlighting its importance to the wider economy.
- help encourage consumer understanding of the sector’s products and practices
support a competitive insurance industry, in the UK and overseas.

Verzekeringen
London, GB
120 medewerkers
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Supporting the industry’s next generation of talent is a key area of focus for the ABI’s work on diversity and inclusion.

In July, the ABI jointly hosted a young professionals event with the Insurance Industry Charitable Foundation (IICF) at One America Square exploring how well equipped the industry is for future demands, predominately in its response to emerging technologies and attracting and retaining talent. It was a frank discussion on the industry's challenges and how younger professionals play into them. The event was supported by NGIN and speakers included Paul Jardine, Executive Vice President and Chief Experience Officer XL Catlin, Sabine VanderLinden, Managing Director, Startupbootcamp InsurTech, Adrian Matthews, Employee Benefits Director, UK, MetLife, Ola Jacob Raji, Associate Broker, Alesco Risk Management and Board Member, Next Generation Insurance Network and Stephanie Ogden, Branch Manager, Scotland, Allianz Insurance plc. Events like this complement our Future Leaders programme which offers a great executive development opportunity for both men and women and our Why Insurance Matters initiative to empower new talent in the industry.


Supporting the industry’s next generation of talent is a key area of focus for the ABI’s work on diversity and inclusion.

In July, the ABI jointly hosted a young professionals event with the Insurance Industry Charitable Foundation (IICF) at One America Square exploring how well equipped the industry is for future demands, predominately in its response to emerging technologies and attracting and retaining talent. It was a frank discussion on the industry's challenges and how younger professionals play into them. The event was supported by NGIN and speakers included Paul Jardine, Executive Vice President and Chief Experience Officer XL Catlin, Sabine VanderLinden, Managing Director, Startupbootcamp InsurTech, Adrian Matthews, Employee Benefits Director, UK, MetLife, Ola Jacob Raji, Associate Broker, Alesco Risk Management and Board Member, Next Generation Insurance Network and Stephanie Ogden, Branch Manager, Scotland, Allianz Insurance plc. Events like this complement our Future Leaders programme which offers a great executive development opportunity for both men and women and our Why Insurance Matters initiative to empower new talent in the industry.

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