Do not purchase insurance from an unauthorized person! If you are unsure, you can contact the Crimestoppers, or check the Central Bank website.
If you purchase insurance from an unauthorized person, the insurance certificate will be fraudulent, and you will be uninsured. Therefore, any claim will not be honoured and you may be liable for any
IFRS 17 is the new International Financial Reporting Standard (IFRS) that outlines how an insurance company should account for insurance contracts
The Association of Trinidad and Tobago Insurance Companies (ATTIC) held its Annual General Meeting on Wednesday 25th May, 2022. We are pleased to advise that the Board of Directors for 2022-2023 are as
ATTIC is advising the general public of an increase in the number of reported incidents of fraudulent motor vehicle insurance certificates. Insurance should only be obtained from and payments made to companies and/or
June 1st, 2022 marked the beginning of the hurricane season in Trinidad and Tobago. The Trinidad and Tobago Meteorological Service has forecasted a 47% chance of the formation of four storms in the
The general insurance industry in Trinidad & Tobago and the wider Caribbean, continues to be adversely affected by events in the international insurance and reinsurance markets. Click the title for information.