BIPAR - European Federation of Insurance Intermediaries
BIPAR - Fédération européenne des intermédiaires d'assurances
1937 Paris France
Founded at international congress. Statutes modified: 29 Jun 1953; 26 Jan 1954; 29 Jan 1957; 30 Oct 1964; 19 Apr 1967; 26 June 1968; 9 June 1969; 4 June 1974; 26 June 1976; 21 June 1979; 17 June 1982; 21 Sep 1984; 30 May 1990; 24 May 2000; 20 Aug 2009.
Link professional associations or groups interested in insurance or reinsurance mediation; study problems of direct or indirect interest to the profession; encourage action concerned with improving the standing of the profession in relations with international and governmental bodies.
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