Founding Partner Richard K. Traub Selected to Serve as Vice President of International Insurance Law Association (AIDA)

Founding Partner Richard K. Traub has been unanimously voted to become the new Vice President of Association Internationale de Droit des Assurances (AIDA).  The vote took place at the AIDA 2018 World Congress currently underway in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. 

Within AIDA, there are fifty-eight national chapters around the globe, including Africa, Asia, Europe, Mid-East, Russia, Serbia and Australia. AIDA has a total of five Vice Presidents that serve various regions. Mr. Traub will represent the North American continent. In addition to serving as Vice President of AIDA, Traub will continue to serve as President of AIDA-US.

AIDA is an international industry organization formed for the purpose of creating an accessible forum in which insurance education is promoted, reviewed, developed and debated through seminars, workshops, conferences, and the digital media.  AIDA was formed in 1960 for the purpose of promoting and developing, at an international level, collaboration between its members with a view to increasing the study and knowledge of international and national insurance law and related matters.  

AIDA-US is the United States chapter which provides a forum for discussion of any topic of insurance or insurance law, considering and discussing matters of interest to those in the US and North America.  AIDA-US adds value to members through these regional, national and international affiliations affording opportunities to develop relationships, foster constructive industry dialogue and again, and promote insurance law education.  The organization’s goal is to improve the understanding of insurance law and the insurance industry though our education initiatives and raise awareness of issues that impact insurance law and the insurance industry through informed commentary.

To learn more about AIDA, please visit:

www.aida.org.uk

And for information on AIDA-US, please visit:

www.aida-us.org

 

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