Biba unveils ‘Managing risk for growth and economic security’ theme for 2024 manifesto

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The British Insurance Brokers’ Association has called for a proportionate regulatory framework that can facilitate growth as it unveiled its 2024 manifesto, ‘Managing risk for growth and economic security’.

The manifesto was launched on 10 January in the Houses of Parliament to an audience of Ministers, MPs, senior government officials, insurance professionals and the media.

Among the attendees was Bim Afolami MP, Economic Secretary to the Treasury, who addressed the audience (see box at end). 

Manifesto SectionsViewpoints: From Biba Chair Jonathan Evans, Biba CEO Graeme Trudgill and Economic Secretary to the Treasury, Bim Afolami MP.Top 10 risks facing UK organisations: Biba member Aon describes the

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