The Automotive Dealership Institute (ADI) has been recognized by the Association of Finance and Insurance Professionals (AFIP) for its significant contributions to the F&I industry.
What does AFIP stand for?
AFIP stands for Association of Finance and Insurance Professionals
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
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- Business, finance, etc.
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We have 15 other meanings of AFIP in our Acronym Attic
- Air Force Information Operations Battlelab (San Antonio, TX)
- Air Force Information Operations Center
- Air Force Institute for Operational Health
- ADLER/AFATDS Interoperability Program
- Administración Federal de Ingresos Públicos (Argentina)
- Air Force Intelligence Plan
- Air Force Intern Program
- Armed Forces Institute of Pathology (Rawalpindi, Pakistan)
- Armed Forces Institute of Pathology (US DoD)
- Association des Femmes pour les Initiatives de Paix (French)
- Automated Financial Improvement Program
- Armed Forces Institute of Pathology Otolaryngic Tumor Registry (US DoD)
- Armed Forces Institute of Pathology/American Registry of Pathology
- Association Fribourgeoise des Institutions pour Personnes Âgées
- Association Française de l'Isolation en Polystyrène Expansé dans le Bâtiment (French: French Association of Expanded Polystyrene Insulation in Building)
- American Friends of the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra (New York, NY)
- Australian Football Injury Prevention Project (randomised controlled trial)
- Air Force Information Publishing Service
- American Federation of Information Processing Societies
- Air Force Integrated Process Team
Samples in periodicals archive:
Robertson, executive director of the Association of Finance and Insurance Professionals (AFIP), who also wrote the foreword; John Walsh, president and CEO for the Institute for Ethical Behavior; and Thomas Hudson, senior partner at Hudson Cook, LLC, author of the recently published book CARLAW.
Robertson, executive director of the Association of Finance and Insurance Professionals (AFIP), who also wrote the foreword; John Walsh, director of Education for the Institute for Ethical Behavior, whose highly praised four-part series on F&I ethics originally appeared in the influential national trade publication F&I Management and Technology magazine; and Gary Thomas Fagg, a consulting actuary and principal of CreditRe, who is an acknowledged expert on credit insurance.