Covid-19: ABI pledges to address questions raised by Treasury Select Committee


The Association of British Insurers (ABI) has issued a reply to a letter from the Treasury Select Committee, which questioned the trade body’s response to the coronavirus outbreak.

A spokesperson for the ABI stated that the body is addressing the questions raised in the letter and will be responding to the committee.

The spokesperson said: “The insurance industry recognises this is a very difficult and worrying time, and insurers are doing all it can to help and support customers.


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