• State of the Market Report 2019 (PDF, 1MB)

    (PDF, 1MB)

    This years report focuses in on some of the issues that have been particularly important to the industry over the last year, from civil liability reform to the ongoing impact of automatic enrolment. There is no doubt that it has been a challenging time for firms across the industry, as they deal with ongoing soft market conditions, regulatory concerns about general insurance pricing, pension transfers and use of data, Brexit planning, spikes in storm and subsidence claims (not at the same time), and many more factors that influence their businesses.

  • Renewed ABI and BIBA code regarding support for potentially vulnerable motor and household customers at renewal 2018 (PDF, 104kB)

    (PDF, 104kB)

    The ABI and BIBA will review any changes to the legislative and regulatory environment, and make a recommendation to the ABI General Insurance Council and the BIBA Main Board no later than 1 November 2021 as to whether the Code should continue in its current or an amended form.

  • Cladding Approvals (PDF, 4MB)

    (PDF, 4MB)

    This work was commissioned by ABI to assist with the provision of insurer relevant information to Dame Judith Hackitt’s Review of Building Regulations and the Grenfell Inquiry. The work was undertaken by the Fire Protection Association and technically
    supported by the RISCAuthority membership.

  • State of the Market report 2018 (PDF, 3MB)

    (PDF, 3MB)

    Over the last two years, we have fundamentally modernised our Data & Analytics work under Matt Cullen’s leadership to produce more timely analysis as well as raw data. This publication is the next step in using that analysis to inform debate to the benefit of all. 

  • ABI and BIBA Code of Good Practice regarding support for potentially vulnerable motor and household customers at renewal (PDF, 115kB)

    (PDF, 115kB)
    The purpose of this Code is to provide a basis for Insurers and Brokers to put a strategy in place that will deal appropriately and flexibly with vulnerability at renewal.