Swiss Re Corporate Solutions is pleased to announce that we have joined the UK's British Insurance Brokers’ Association (BIBA) as an Associate Member. This partnership highlights our desire to work more closely with regional brokers and reconfirms our commitment to the UK regional market. Associate Members are strong supporters of BIBA and its broker members, and participate in a number of events and initiatives to provide research, training, networking, lobbying and market information to members.
Steve White, BIBA CEO said: "We are pleased to welcome Swiss Re Corporate Solutions as an Associate Member and we look forward to building a strong relationship with them as a strong knowledge focused market player in the future."
Shelley Wright, Head of Manchester & Director Regions, Swiss Re Corporate Solutions added: "Our regional team looks forward to working with BIBA members throughout the UK to offer primary Property, Casualty and select Specialty coverage for our mutual clients."
Swiss Re Corporate Solutions serves clients and brokers in the UK and Ireland from offices in London and Manchester.
About the British Insurance Brokers’ Association
The British Insurance Brokers’ Association (BIBA) is the UK’s leading general insurance intermediary organisation representing the interests of insurance brokers, intermediaries and their customers. BIBA membership includes just under 2,000 regulated firms, employing more than 100,000 staff. General insurance brokers contribute 1% of GDP to the UK economy; they arrange 72% of all general insurance with a premium totaling £62.7bn and 93% of all commercial insurance business. Insurance brokers put their customers’ interests first, providing advice, access to suitable insurance protection and risk management. BIBA helps more than 550,000 people a year to access insurance protection through its Find Broker service, both online and via the telephone. BIBA is the voice of the sector advising members, the regulators, consumer bodies and other stakeholders on key insurance issues.
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