ABIA

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AcronymDefinition
ABIAAustin-Bergstrom International Airport
ABIAAssociação Brasileira Interdisciplinar de AIDS (Brasil)
ABIAAssociação Brasileira das Indústrias da Alimentação (Portugese: Brazilian Association of the Industry of Chocolates and Candy)
ABIAAmerican Bankers Insurance Association
ABIAAustralian Bridal Industry Academy (est. 1998)
ABIAArizona Bioindustry Association (also seen as ABA)
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The American Bankers Insurance Association announced that it has elected new officers and directors to serve on the 2014-2015 board.
The American Bankers Insurance Association is the insurance subsidiary of the American Bankers Association.
The American Bankers Insurance Association is the separately chartered insurance subsidiary of the American Bankers Association and is the only Washington, D.
The American Bankers Insurance Association (ABIA) is the separately chartered insurance subsidiary of the American Bankers Association (ABA) and is the only Washington, D.
This has led it, along with the American Council of Life Insurers and the American Bankers Insurance Association, to draft the so-called Optional Federal Charter a few years ago.
The American Bankers Insurance Association elected 14 new members to its board of directors during the association's annual conference in Phoenix this past week.
But officials of the American Council of Life Insurers, Financial Services Roundtable and American Bankers Insurance Association said an OFC is still needed.
6 percent of total premiums written, according the American Bankers Insurance Association.
WASHINGTON -- The American Bankers Insurance Association elected 13 new members to its board of directors during the association's recent annual in Washington.
The 2008 study, "Bridging the Cultural Divide between Banks and Life Insurers," is a follow-up to earlier studies of bank sales of life insurance by the American Council of Life Insurers and the American Bankers Insurance Association, both in Washington.
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