Brokers Form Group with ACORD

March 2008
Best's Review;Mar2008, Vol. 108 Issue 11, p28
Trade Publication
The article reports on the creation of the ACORD brokers committee which is formed by ACORD Corp. and the London Market Insurance Brokers' Committee in Great Britain. The goals are to support and drive implementation of ACORD standards among medium and small brokers in the London market, to coordinate the collective voice of the brokers, and to provide a forum to discuss technical issues of importance to brokers. The committee is consist of 10 members elected from the overall group.


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