ILC welcomes new partner Thatcham Research
21st October 2021Tweet
I Love Claims is delighted to announce Thatcham Research as its latest Insurer and Industry Body Partner.
The partnership will further support I Love Claims’ ambition to help individuals and companies operating within the insurance claims industry to ‘be better tomorrow’ through what we experience today.
Thatcham Research is the UK automotive industry’s only ‘not for profit’ insurer-funded research organisation and hold a unique position thanks to its involvement and engagement with vehicle manufacturers, regulators, law enforcement organisations, automotive bodies repairers and insurers to provide a holistic view of the benefits or shortcomings of vehicle technologies. Thatcham Research is at the forefront of vehicle safety, security and repair.
Thatcham Research’s Dean Lander, head of repair sector services, said, “With our longstanding relationship with ILC, and over more recent years ARC360, it makes perfect sense to take the next step in becoming an Insurance and industry body partner. Thatcham Research have, for more than five decades, been driving change. In that time we have made many significant contributions to the automotive industry, without which the cars we drive would not be as safe, secure and repairable as they are today. Partnering with ILC and ARC360 will provide us with a platform to share our insights and help the industry map a path through the technology led challenges of today and tomorrow.”
Mark Hadaway, managing director of ILC, said, “This is another significant step forward for ILC. Thatcham Research shares our ambitions for supporting the continued development and growth of the sector. The organisation is at the cutting edge of the technological changes sweeping through the industry and we look forward to working in partnership as we strive to be ‘better tomorrow’.”
Thatcham Research joins an impressive list of ILC Insurer and Industry Body Partners, including Ageas, Aviva, Covea Insurance, ERS, insure the box, Managing General Agents’ Association, Markerstudy, Modern Insurance Magazine, Sabre Insurance Group, Swinton group, Tesco Underwriting, and Zurich.Tweet