The committees are key drivers for BIBA – helping to make it a strong and robust organisation.
Each committee is made up of BIBA members and is responsible for overseeing the policy on a particular insurance field. They are also important forums for the sharing of ideas and discussion about BIBA, its members and the industry.
The Cyber Committee meets quarterly. It is made up of BIBA brokers and cyber insurance providers who volunteer their time to give technical guidance and help lobby on current issues on members’ behalf. BIBA supports the Committee to drive a broad agenda on a day to day basis.
Insurance Technology & Innovation Committee (ITIC)
The role of the ITIC will be to connect, improve and innovate the insurance technology eco-system, ensuring that relevant issues affecting members are properly represented to the BIBA Executive. It shall provide advice and counsel on all matters relating to insurance technology providers, acting as a sounding board to the Executive. Click here for Terms of Reference.
Liability and Accident
The BIBA Liability and Accident Committee represents BIBA members’ interests. It discusses and handles problems and other topical issues relating to liability insurance. Meeting regularly throughout the year, committee members also contribute to the technical work of BIBA on all liability insurance matters.
BIBA’s Motor Panel represents and protects the interests of BIBA members and their clients on all motor insurance related matters. The expertise and influence of the Panel is recognised not only within the insurance market but also by government, other trade bodies and the media.
The BIBA Property Committee represents BIBA members’ interests. It discusses and handles problems and other topical issues relating to property insurance. Meeting regularly throughout the year, Committee members also contribute to the technical work of BIBA on all property insurance matters.
To represent the Membership on all matters relating to FCA regulation and compliance. To act as a ‘soundingboard’ between BIBA and the Membership. To identify areas of difficulty in rule compliance and to offer solutions. To assist BIBA in formulating positions on regulatory issues within the industry and with the FCA.