ABI adds Kennedys to associate scheme

The Association of British Insurers has added international law firm Kennedys to its Associate Membership scheme.

Kennedy’s has offices all over the world including London, Singapore, Dubai and Moscow and specialises in litigation and dispute resolution, particularly in the insurance and liability industries.

It operates out of across 26 offices in the UK and Europe, Middle East, Asia Pacific and the Americas; acting for insurers, reinsurers, Lloyd’s Syndicates, public bodies and corporates.

The ABI’s Associate Membership category was developed to enable non-insurance companies to join the ABI, such as those helping insurers deliver their services. Associate members benefit from services including access to the full range of ABI statistics, industry updates, thought leadership work, networking opportunities and reduced rates for ABI events.

 Huw Evans, director general at the ABI, welcomed Kennedys as the association’s latest associate. “As experts in insurance law, they work frequently with our members and this will ensure their links with industry continue to strengthen,” he said

‘Core business’

Richard West, head of Kennedys’ liability division, said: “Insurance is Kennedys’ core business and this membership underlines our commitment to the sector. It will enable us to build closer connections with key industry stakeholders and debate important issues and developments affecting the industry.

“Kennedys is a firm that is committed to influencing the development of law and key issues impacting our client base. We welcome the opportunity to work closely with the ABI and their members.”

Gary Robinson
Head of Video and Ezines at Open Door Media Publishing. Deputy Editor, International Investment. An experienced journalist and filmmaker with more than 20 years' financial services experience, both as journalist and originally as a fully qualified IFA, Gary works across both International Investment and InvestmentEurope titles. Previous video production credits include projects on BBC, C4 and SKY.

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