IFB launches counter fraud database


Platform goes live with eleven insurers and will hold industry data on suspected fraudsters and professional enablers.

The Insurance Fraud Bureau (IFB) has launched a counter fraud intelligence sharing platform, with eleven insurers gaining access today (13 June).

The Insurance Fraud Intelligence Hub (IFiHUB) is powered by SAS and will see insurers sharing intelligence in real-time to help catch out fraudsters.

Ageas, Allianz, Axa, ERS, Markerstudy, Mulsanne Insurance, QBE, RSA, and 1st Central are amongst the first firms to start using the system.

A spokesperson for the IFB told Insurance Age that for now

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