Welcome to the Association of Trinidad and Tobago Insurance Companies

Established in 1966, The Association of Trinidad and Tobago Insurance Companies (ATTIC) is an association of insurance companies and its members; which includes all life insurance companies and the majority of general insurance companies. The Association also includes brokers, adjusters and other companies with a bona fide interest in the well-being of the industry who join as associate members.


Latest News

  • Insurers’ Response to Hurricane Irma Losses

    Posted on : Sep 13, 2017

    The members of ATTIC empathize with the populations of those islands which have been adversely affected by the calamitous events and destruction brought about by the passage of Hurricane Irma throughout the Caribbean. ATTIC wishes to assure policyholders that our members stand ready to fulfil their obligations under their respective policies. See Press Releases for more information. 

  • Advisory on Insurance Fraud

    Posted on : Aug 07, 2017

    ATTIC is cautioning the public especially members of the motoring public that when purchasing motor insurance from any independent Agent/ Salesperson to ensure and verify that they are licensed to transact business on behalf of a licensed Insurer. See Press Relaeses, under Media for more information

  • ATTIC Advises Citizens Post Tropical Storm Bret

    Posted on : Jun 21, 2017

    According to a release from the office of Disaster Preparedess and Management (ODPM), the tropical storm warning has been offiically  lifted at 5:00am 20 June, 2017, however, the potential for flooding remains high in cerain areas. See "Press Release"  under News and Publications for more information.  

  • ATTIC lauds Minister’s implementation of Online Vehicle Registration Database

    Posted on : May 09, 2017

    The Association of Trinidad & Tobago Insurance Companies (ATTIC) commends Senator the Honourable Rohan Sinanan - Minister of Works and Transport on the recent implementation of an online vehicle registration database, which it considers to be a step in the right direction. This development should greatly assist towards the regularization of the motor industry practices in Trinidad and Tobago. See Press Release for more Information.