Why SMP Healthcare is a member of BIBA

 

BIBA is the UK’s leading general insurance intermediary organisation. BIBA’s full name is The British Insurance Brokers’ Association.

The current BIBA membership boasts 1800 regulated firms and they constantly provide us with regularity information which is essential for our business.

AMII is the entity dedicated to the health insurance market itself and we are proud to hold membership for both.

The BIBA mission statement is shown below and from our experience to date they certainly do a fine job!

To represent and protect the best interests of our insurance broker and intermediary members and their customers”

When were BIBA formed?

BIBA was formed back in 1977 to represent independent insurance brokers. In 1988 they briefly included Independent Financial Advisers becoming BIIBA. In 1994 however their sister organisation was created.  The IFA Association arrived in 1999, BIBA then removed the investment element and reverted back to BIBA

BIBA’s social media presence

Knowing the ability to connect with their members on any platform, BIBA have developed a large social media presence including:

  • LinkedIn
  • Twitter
  • YouTube
  • Flickr
  • Slipcase
  • YouTalk- Insurance
  • Facebook

Having access to BIBA via so many different platforms makes it easy for us to keep up to date with the latest news and views of the insurance industry.

Looking for insurance?

Whatever type of general insurance policy you are looking for BIBA offer an easy to use online insurance search. All you need to do is confirm the type of insurance you are looking for along with your postcode and the website will show you the BIBA members in your area.

The above information has been sourced from https://www.biba.org.uk/

SMP Healthcare is an independent private medical insurance broker based in Chelmsford and can help you with any type of health insurance policy. Please do not hesitate to contact us for assistance with your health insurance, dental insurance, cash plans or occupational health requirements.

Telephone number 01245 929129/ 0800 047 0127

Email: enquiries@smphealthcare.com