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Morris Orman Hearle join IFB’s Affiliate Model

07 February 2018

Joining the Insurance Fraud Bureau (IFB) with their defendant services, Morris Orman Hearle is the latest member to strengthen the IFB’s Affiliate Model.

They are the 14th affiliate member since the model launched in April 2017, joining fellow new members Carpenters, as well as BLM, The Cotswold Group, CoventBridge Group, DAC Beachcroft, DWF LLP, Horwich Farrelly, Kennedys Law, Keoghs, Robertson & Co, Weightmans LLP, Clyde & Co and Plexus Law. In 2018, the focus will shift to increasing third-party claims handlers’ and loss adjustors’ membership.

Ben Fletcher, IFB Director said: “2018 is already off to a great start with two new members, and the latest addition of Morris Orman Hearle demonstrates that the Affiliate Model is going from strength to strength.

We will continue to look to increase affiliate membership throughout the year, as collaboration with the wider industry supply chain carries a range of key benefits including savings for the industry and more convictions for the criminals involved in insurance fraud scams.  

We are pleased to welcome Morris Orman Hearle into the fold as we continue on with the fight against fraud.”

Morris Orman Hearle

“Fighting insurance fraud has always been of key importance to Morris Orman Hearle, so we are extremely pleased to be joining the IFB as an affiliate member. The Affiliate Model offers us a unique and valuable platform to share intelligence and expertise, enabling the wider industry to work collaboratively together to detect and combat fraudulent behaviour at the earliest opportunity.”

Mike Henman, Partner – Fraud, Morris Orman Hearle