From 1999 to 2005, Mary Francis was director general of the Association of British Insurers.
What does ABI stand for?
ABI stands for Association of British Insurers
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- Association of Banks-in-Insurance
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- Associazione Bancaria Italiana
- At-Bit Inclination (drilling sensor; Halliburton)
- Atelier de Bio-Informatique (French: Bioinformatics Workshop; est. 1985)
- Australian Business Institute
- Austrian Biotech Industry (Vienna, Austria)
- Automated Ball Indentation
- Automated Bidset Interface
- Automated Broker Interface
- Automatic Bearing Instrumentation
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The Association of British Insurers will debate the issue at a conference involving insurers, the Government and British Transport Police today.
ty tyr bo b T sa ce ce cu cu as The Association of British Insurers said their members - around 90 per cent of the market - will not ask customers for more money as long as the tyres are roadworthy and fitted in accordance with the vehicle manufacturers' specifications.
Around 335,000 claims were made between December 18 and January 13 when the country was hit by heavy snow and freezing temperatures, the Association of British Insurers said.
The Association of British Insurers recently warned the cost of the damage from the Cumbria floods last year to the industry as a whole had topped pounds 200m.
The Association of British Insurers (ABI) said yesterday it was too early to say how much the incredible rainfall would cost the industry.
Summary: Climate change is set to make insurance more expensive and harder to obtain, the Association of British Insurers (ABI) has warned.
In the UK, the impact is close to requiring fresh equity capital equal to the industry's current market capitalisation," Stephen Haddrill, head of the Association of British Insurers (ABI) said in a letter to Chancellor of the Exchequer Alistair Darling.