AIIC - The Association of Insurance Institutes of the Caribbean | ABOUT THE AIIC​
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about the AIIC

The Association of Insurance Institutes of the Caribbean (AIIC) was established as a result of the need for a Caribbean qualification with course content of specific relevance to the region. The inaugural meeting was held in 1989 in Antiqua, during the conference of the Insurance Association of the Caribbean (IAC).  In 1990, a mandate was given to Mr. Sheriff Khan of the Academy of Insurance in Trinidad and Tobago and Mrs. Elaina Gonzalves of the Insurance College of Jamaica, to prepare a document on the implementation of a Caribbean professional qualification. In 1995, following meetings in several territories, the AIIC executive agreed to proceed with the plans based on the Caribbean industry’s positive support. Thereafter, the programme was altered to its present form.


  • The Insurance Institute of Barbados
  • The Insurance Institute of Guyana
  • The Insurance Institute of Jamaica
  • The Saint Lucia Insurance Institute
  • The Trinidad and Tobago Insurance Institute

The AIIC was instrumental in the formation of the following Institutes which are all now members of the AIIC except for the Insurance Institute of Grenada (which was recently re-constituted).

  • The Insurance Institute of Grenada
  • The Insurance Institute of St. Vincent and the Grenadines
  • The Insurance Institute of The Bahamas
  • The Insurance Institute of Antigua and Barbuda
  • The Insurance Institute of Belize