Welcome to the Association of Trinidad and Tobago Insurance Companies

Established in 1966, The Association of Trinidad and Tobago Insurance Companies (ATTIC) is an association of insurance companies and its members; which includes all life insurance companies and the majority of general insurance companies. The Association also includes brokers, adjusters and other companies with a bona fide interest in the well-being of the industry who join as associate members.

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  • ATTIC’S UPDATE ON KEY DEVELOPMENTS

    Posted on : Aug 10, 2018

    This bulletin serves to update you on the developments of those notable agenda items which were discussed at the industry meeting and AGM held earlier this year. These are indeed significant and transformative undertakings affecting the industry. As we continually seek to adapt to an ever-evolving business climate, ATTIC looks forward to your continued support. For more information see ATTIC Update August 2018 in Newsletters under Media

     

     

  • ATTIC TO LAUNCH ONLINE INSURANCE CLAIMS BANK DATABASE

    Posted on : Jul 30, 2018

    The Association of Trinidad & Tobago Insurance Companies (ATTIC) will be launching an online Claims Bank Database – Claims Data for the Insurance Industry on Thursday 2nd August, 2018 at the Conference Room, Maritime Financial Complex, 29 Tenth Ave, Barataria at 9.00a.m. This launch will feature a signing ceremony of a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) between ATTIC and the initial general insurance member companies who will pioneer and lead the transformation of our industry. See Press Releases under media for more Information. 

     

     

  • ATTIC BOD 2018-2019

    Posted on : Jun 06, 2018

    The Association of Trinidad and Tobago Insurance Companies held its Annual General Meeting on May 17th, 2018. We are pleased to advise that new the Board of Directors are as follows. See Press Releases for more Information. 

  • Insurance Fraud Alert!

    Posted on : Feb 20, 2018

    Persons intercepted by Law Enforcement Officers with fraudulant motor insurance documents can be charged $50,000 or six months imprisonment. See Press Releases for more information.