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DAC Beachcroft becomes ABIs second Associate Member

Leading international law firm, DAC Beachcroft has become the Association of British Insurers’ (ABI) second Associate Member.

DAC Beachcroft works with organisations from a range of industry sectors and is a market leader in insurance, health and real estate. The ABI works closely with DAC Beachcroft, and the firm is currently the ABI’s Motor and Liability partner for 2016 and is also the headline sponsor of the ABI’s Motor Conference in October.

The ABI’s associate membership category has been developed to meet interest from non-insurance companies in joining the ABI, such as legal firms, consultants, price comparison sites, and the wide variety of suppliers, including software houses, who help insurers deliver their services.

Associate members will benefit from a wide range of ABI services including access to the full range of ABI statistics, industry updates, thought leadership work, networking opportunities and reduced rates for ABI events.

Huw Evans, ABI Director General, said:

Huw Evans, ABI Director General"We are delighted to welcome DAC Beachcroft as the ABI’s second Associate Member. The ABI’s Associate Membership provides a great opportunity to work with industry stakeholders and develop significant policy initiatives. We look forward to further developing our working relationship in areas of mutual interest such as liability and shaping the future of civil justice."

Helen Faulkner, Head of Insurance at DAC Beachcroft, said:

Helen Faulkner"We are very pleased to become an Associate Member of the ABI. Insurance is a key sector for DAC Beachcroft. We already enjoy a close working relationship with the ABI and look forward to strengthening our role further. Our Associate Membership will enable us to build closer connections with key industry stakeholders on a wider range of issues across the entire sector, both in General Insurance and in Life and Pensions, as well as provide invaluable opportunities to debate and discuss key issues affecting the industry."

The ABI announced its first Associate Member in December.


Last updated 01/07/2016