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Here you will find all you need to know about the ABI's flagship event.

The ABI Annual Conference is the standout insurance event of the year, bringing industry leaders, politicians and regulators together to debate the major issues affecting the insurance and long term savings industry.

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ABI Annual Dinner 2022

ABI Annual Dinner 2022

ABI Annual Conference 2022

ABI Annual Conference 2022



ABI Annual Conference - Testimonials

Overall a great industry experience, with lots of relevant topics and provided a chance to meet and discuss the issues of the day with colleagues and peers."Compliance Manager, Allianz, 2022

Always a conference I look forward to."

Regional Manager, Gen Re, 2022

Really good balance of industry experts and special (yet relevant) guests. Super slick organisation and fantastic views and insights gained."

Managing Director, Third City, 2022

I thought this was one of the best conferences I've been to. I enjoyed every keynote, panel and break out session I attended. Very informative and at a pace that was perfect to keep my attention whilst also giving chance to digest the information."GI Account Director, Huntswood, 2021

Really good diverse content on what matters now backed up with good speakers who could bring it to life."MD LV GI Retail, LV GI, 2021

The ABI conference is always something to look forward to as it is a great mix of politics and economics as well as industry specific subjects."Head of Compliance Insights & Engagement, Ageas, 2021

See our press releases from the Annual Conference

  • Strength through Association: ABI's new Director General delivers inaugural speech


    Hannah Gurga highlighted the essential role of the insurance and long-term savings industry in tackling the major challenges facing the UK and underlined the positive impact that can be achieved through partnership in her first speech as the Director General of the Association of British Insurers (ABI).

  • Industry commitment to double UK apprenticeships


    Insurance careers

    Members of the Association of British Insurers (ABI) have pledged to double the number of apprenticeships across the insurance and long-term savings sector to 2,500 by 2025.

  • ABI responds to HMT announcement on Solvency II


    In his speech to the ABI Annual Dinner,  the Economic Secretary to the Treasury, John Glen MP, set out the Government's plans to "seize Brexit opportunities and slash red tape through bold reforms to Solvency II"  - read our response here

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Blogs and content

A new design for a new era: UK Data and Law and Regulation in 2022 – less, but better?

The UK government has plans for the reform of data regulation and law – using design principles to build a strong framework.
Published 28/1/22

Financial resilience in the long-term savings journey

The last two years have demonstrated the value of having assets or insurance to rely upon when experiencing life events from redundancy to bereavement. While savings have increased for many, gaps in the population’s financial resilience have been exposed and exacerbated. Ahead of the ABI’s Annual Conference covering this issue, we look at the current picture of financial resilience and how it should be taken into account in policy on pensions, advice & guidance.
Published on 17/12/21

In or out? Sharing health data in Dragon’s Den

Patient-controlled medical records are the direction of travel, set out in the NHS Long Term Plan. Clearly there are benefits for insurers, but what’s in it for the customer? Does this have the potential to revolutionise the insurance industry? Will a new relationship of trust and value sharing be born? To answer some of these questions, the ABI are presenting our very own version of Dragon’s Den. This promises to be a trial by fire, forging innovative new ideas and starting to shape our industry’s vision of the future. But are you ‘in’ or ‘out’?
Published 13/12/2021

Good COP, Bad COP? Insurers and the call to arms against climate change

COP 26 had an air of energy, motivation and urgency about it that inspires cautious optimism, yet the scale of the challenge is daunting. Government policy, regulation and customer demands means that joining the race to net zero is no longer optional and insurers have a key role to play in both adaptation and mitigation. One of these roles is as investors in the transition: Solvency II and climate change will be the twin themes of our prudential regulation session at the ABI’s annual conference next year, which will be a timely opportunity to debate reform and the government’s investment objectives.
Published 1/12/21

Helping Customers navigate the transition to Net Zero

In advance of our Annual Conference 2022, our Climate Change Manager, Ben Howarth, looks at how the General Insurance sector can start to support consumers with the Net Zero transition.
Published 17/11/21

Is general insurance living through a perfect storm?

Hardening markets across many product lines is a key challenge taking up significant attention across the general insurance market. James Dalton explores the causes, reputational consequences and potential solutions to this challenge. In particular, he explores how the market needs to adapt and look forward to ensure it continues to respond to customer demands, help customers navigate
the current hard market and be prepared for the future challenges that are coming, most notably the upcoming implementation of the FCA’s GI Pricing reforms. 
Published 25/10/21