RFIB

AcronymDefinition
RFIBRenewable Fuel Infrastructure Board (Iowa)
RFIBRobert Fleming Insurance Brokers (London, England, UK)
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"This is the first step in our growth strategy to double our revenues to [pounds sterling]100 million in the next three years establishing MGAs and captive businesses and by outgrowing the market on the broking side through RFIB [London-based Lloyd's broker]," Beard added.
(RTG), previously known as CCP TopCo, is the newly named holding company of RFIB Group Ltd.
RFIB's Griffiths believes advances in modeling will speed investor interest in nonproperty cat risks, although that by itself will not guarantee participation.
23 October 2015 - US-based middle-market private equity firm Calera Capital has acquired a majority stake in RFIB Holdings Ltd., the international Lloyd's insurance and reinsurance broker, the firm said.
Management and employees of RFIB, led by Jonathan Turnbull, CEO, will retain a significant equity stake in the business.
"I am proud to be able to add this to our services and would like to thank the team of dedicated experts from TMK, RFIB and Surety Global that have helped us to bring this unique offering into fruition for our members," said Alnaqbi.
Accompanying Levene on that visit were Andrew Voke, head of production for Chaucer Syndicate 1084, and John Metcalfe, direct of RFIB Holdings Ltd., a specialist in Russian reinsurance, according to Chaucer.
In February, RFIB Group established a retail broker in Russia.
RFIB Holdings Limited, the international Lloyd's insurance and reinsurance broker, is pleased to announce that it has agreed to terms with Calera Capital, a private investment firm with offices in San Francisco and Boston, for the sale of a majority share in the business.
Patrick Holcroft, group chief executive of Lloyd's insurance and reinsurance broker RFIB Group Ltd., said his company last December opened a representative office in Moscow "to have some eyes and ears on the ground" in a market that is showing every sign of future rapid growth.
Dubai seems to be winning the competition, attracting the most interest from foreign companies, including RFIB, which was licensed as an ancillary service provider in January 2006.
In fact, notes David Wheal, managing director of North America for RFIB, a leading Lloyd's broker: "While Lloyd's can and does handle the more specialist risks, there is a strong appetite for mainstream business, albeit with an E&S flavor--that is where wind, quake, flood, hail, etc.