Brokers will be able to take part in and aid a new anti-fraud initiative to help tackle a problem which costs the industry millions of pounds a year.
The initiative, which will be known as the Insurance Fraud Bureau (IFB), will use shared data from insurers and use investigative follow-up, analysis of data and collective experience to help catch fraudsters.
Trevor Bedeman, head of insurance customer data management, Lloyds TSB Insurance, who chairs the initiative, confirmed they would be seeki
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