Biba updates on manifesto ahead of conference

BIBA 2018

Ahead of its annual conference, British Insurance Brokers’ Association's Steve White and Graeme Trudgill give an update on the progress of the trade body’s manifesto, issues facing brokers at the moment, and what to expect from the two days in Manchester.

The British Insurance Brokers’ Association has stepped up efforts to help members and the wider industry to be better environmentally conscious. Already, Biba has outlined ESG priorities in its

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