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IFB welcomes Premier Insurance into membership

02 July 2018

Premier Insurance Company Limited (PICL) is the latest insurer member to join the Insurance Fraud Bureau (IFB) in its collective fight against fraud.

IFB’s membership base has been increasing rapidly in 2018, already welcoming Carpenters and Morris Orman Hearle into affiliate membership earlier this year, as well as recently strengthening its Broker Model with the addition of BGL Group.

PICL specialises in motor insurance and their membership will provide essential insight and data to the IFB as it continues to work with the industry to detect and deter organised insurance fraud.

Welcoming PICL into the fold, Ben Fletcher, IFB’s Director commented: “IFB prides itself on its varied and extensive membership, with collaboration being key to its success. Our increasing membership demonstrates that the industry is serious about tackling fraud and we look forward to working with Premier Insurance as we continue our journey.”

Paul Gray, Chief Executive Officer of PICL said: “Fraud within the insurance industry affects all of us and it’s our duty to both detect and prevent it. PICL is determined to do all it can to tackle fraud and joining the IFB is another vital step in achieving this goal. We very much look forward to working with the IFB over the coming years."

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