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Association of British Insurers

Formed in 1985, the ABI represents the UK’s insurance and long-term savings industry. They not regulators of the sector.

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Documents by this publisher

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Series details Title Year Status
Climate adaptation. Guidance on insurance issues for new developments 2009 Red
Guidance on insurance and planning in flood risk areas for Local Planning Authorities in England 2012 Red
Guide to resistant and resilient repair after a flood 2012 Red
Model Form of Guarantee Bond: an explanatory guide (amended April 2004) 2004 Green
Technical briefing: Fire performance of sandwich panel systems 2003 Green

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