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CONFERENCE 2018: MIBI CONTINUING THEIR JOURNEY OF MODERNISATION

By MIBI Monday, 15th October 2018 | 0 comments
The Motor Insurers’ Bureau of Ireland (MIBI) is continuing its journey of modernisation, attendees at the Annual Conference heard.  The advances made to the MIBI Constitution, improved efforts to combat fraud, enhanced corporate governance and developments in the wider insurance sector were all cited as having contributed to the heightened performance of the MIBI over the past twelve months. 

ANTI FRAUD MEASURES HELPING REDUCE NUMBER OF MIBI CLAIMS

By MIBI Monday, 20th August 2018 | 0 comments
The Motor Insurers’ Bureau of Ireland (MIBI) believes the strategy they introduced for fighting fraud is impacting on the market, after recording an 8 percent decrease in claims involving uninsured or untraced vehicles during the first 7 months of 2018.  Over the January to July period this year, the MIBI received a total of 1,572 claims, a drop of 144 in total when compared to the same period in 2017. 

MIBI HEAT MAP OF 2017 CLAIMS ON A PER CAPITA BASIS

By MIBI Tuesday, 13th February 2018 | 0 comments
An interesting per capita heatmap of MIBI's uninsured and untraced (hit & run) 2017 claims by county, and an analysis of claims volumes by county considering urbanisation. This allows comparison of claim rates between counties having regard for their population sizes.

MIBI CEO ON 'DRIVING OUT FRAUD'

By MIBI Wednesday, 29th November 2017 | 0 comments
David Fitzgerald FCCA, CEO of MIBI on plans to 'force fake car insurance claims off the road...' Accounting and Business, November/December 2017.

MIBI CONFERENCE 2017 HEARS UNINSURED DRIVING REACHING “EPIDEMIC LEVELS”

By MIBI Friday, 10th November 2017 | 0 comments
On the 10th of October, 2017, Motor Insurers’ Bureau of Ireland (MIBI) held their inaugural MIBI Service Provider Conference in Dublin’s Ashling Hotel. There they highlighted the worrying trend of uninsured driving reaching epidemic levels with over 150,000 vehicles without insurance on Irish roads.