Welcome to the London Business Interruption Association
The London Business Interruption Association’s objective is the advancement and dissemination of knowledge of all matters relating to Business Interruption insurance.
Our members comprise Insurers, Brokers, Loss Adjusters and others affiliated with the insurance industry in the London market. The Association arranges a number of technical lectures, and social events throughout the year.
The Association was formed in 2002 and currently has an active committee, and over 700 members.
LBIA Education Day – “Business Interruption Foundation” will be held on:
Wednesday 10th October 2018 – 10am – 4.30pm – (Registration from 9:30)
Venue: Minster Suite, Balls Bros/Minster Exchange, Minster Pavement Mincing Lane London EC3R 7PP
Cost: The price is £25.00 per delegate, including lunch.
To Register a place for this event: Please email Lydia Hedges : Lydia.Hedges@iua.co.uk.
Lectures and Training
The Association arranges a number of technical lectures and training days throughout the year. Theses generally cover current issues in the business interruption insurance industry, and care aimed at new comers and seasoned veterans. For further information click here.
To assist members with day to day instruction, the association provides a general manual giving guidance on the design and effect of UK and multinational business interruption insurance programmes, downloadable here.
Upcoming lectures and training days can be viewed and booked here.
Whilst the association’s aim is to aim is to inform and educate, the association views and opinions expressed by our lecturers do not necessarily represent those of the association.
An annual administration charge is set at £10 for each individual member. Any prospective members should complete the relevant attached application form for submission to the Membership Secretary
You can find the committee member details to the right, just click on the + symbol to expand the details. If you wish to contact us please use the contact form below.
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