Announcement follows cancellation of the 2020 conference earlier this week.
Trade body has announced a raft of initiatives to support “ethical and sustainable trading” as part of its manifesto.
Manifesto includes 37 commitments and 29 calls for action across nine key areas including regulation, broking challenges, Brexit, and transport.
Expected broker levy rose to £23m for 2020/21 after spike in PPI complaints.
Williams, previously group SME director at Circle Insurance Services, will take on area manager role at the broker trade body.
The body is subsidising mental health first aid training for members and has four regional sessions set up for 2020.
Organisation created the guide with KPMG as a follow-up to last year's Brexit navigator.
Organisation acknowledged that Brexit helped inform its decision.
Promise was made by Biba's CEO, Steve White, at an event at the Dive In festival, days after [email protected]’s launched its toolkit.
Chief executive Steve White pledged to use the surplus to benefit Biba members.
The organisations were invited to discuss Brexit preparedness with Michael Gove at a meeting which assumed No Deal.
The CEO discussed the need to bring fresh talent into the broking industry as he launched the 2019 Manchester conference.
With the launch of Biba’s 2019 manifesto, CEO Steve White outlines the challenges facing insurance
The experts share their views on SM&CR as well as diversity and inclusion.
But industry pledges to keep campaigning to stop IPT from rising again.
Trade body made the move in order to learn how it can help start-ups.
CEO Steve White said the fees go up each year to reflect inflation and increased costs such as the Litmus Test and software house resilience testing.
Biba’s Steve White argues that the heavy burden of regulation is stifling productivity for brokers.
‘Innovate Evolve Thrive’ will be the focus for the conference and exhibition which takes place in Manchester on 17 and 17 May next year.
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