CEO to leave next May after nine years with the organisation.
Premium finance firm says working in partnership has delivered better outcomes for customers.
The ABI has also responded to the FCA's consultation on the levy, arguing that insurers should not have to pay for "adviser failures".
Industry reels as regulator weighs up options for funding compensation scheme
Insurers to pay £63m supplementary levy following the failures of Gable and Enterprise.
The body revealed payments had been made through brokers and directly following the liquidator cancelling Enterprise policies.
Liquidator Batliner Wanger Batliner confirms move was effective from 16 December.
The FSCS, MGAM, Zurich and SME business all made the most read list for this week.
Trade body said it was concerned that insurers could bear additional costs.
Regulator sets out three options for changing the FSCS funding classes.
Question raised in regulator’s consultation on FSCS rules and funding.
Consultation to close in March 2017 with proposals and further consultation to be published the following autumn.
FCA chief Andrew Bailey has confirmed the regulator is examining how fees can be made more affordable.
Bollington Underwriting to transfer policies from collapsed insurer to equivalent products.
Motor policies with Enterprise to be terminated by 26 October.
Regulator notes that Gable is still paying claims and confirms it has not yet declared the firm in default.
Biba warned that there was little time for brokers to make alternative arrangements for clients. The provisional liquidator is set to go to the Gibraltarian courts on 26 October.
The scheme has urged brokers with customers who have Enterprise Insurance motor policies to contact them about new cover.
Regulator says it is looking at a number of options in relation to the collapsed Gibraltar insurer Enterprise.
Trade body criticises “fundamentally unfair” aspect of the compensation scheme.
Organisation confirms total levy of £337m.
MPs raise Early Day Motion in Parliament.
CEO Steve White disappointed in possible £19m levy rise.
Fee projected to increase from zero in 2015/16 with overall funding levy rising to £363m.