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 Honoured

    Posted on : Jan 09, 2018

    The Association of Trinidad and Tobago Insurance Companies (ATTIC) in partnership with the Trinidad and Tobago Insurance Institute (TTII) hosted its annual long service awards on December 6th, 2017. On the evening 5 people with over 10 years service was honoured. See Press Releases for more. 

  • ATTIC: Ensure you have proper coverage

    Posted on : Oct 11, 2017

    The Association of TT Insurance Companies (ATTIC) is calling on people to ensure their properties have adequate insurance coverage in light of an extremely active Hurricane Season and the potential that the frequency of monster storms can become the norm in the Caribbean. See Press Releases for more details.

  • NAGICO remains resilient

    Posted on : Oct 11, 2017

    Hurricanes Irma and Maria wreaked havoc in the Caribbean region, causing loss of lives and significant damage to properties, with some being deemed uninhabitable, resulting in many persons being displaced. NAGICO gives the assurance it will honour its obligations to each of its policyholders and settle their claims in a timely manner in accordance with the policy conditions. See Press Releases for more details.

  • Impact of Recent Hurricane Activity on the Regional Insurance Industry

    Posted on : Oct 11, 2017

    The 2017 hurricane season has thus far been the third most active on record with more than eight weeks still to go before the official end of the season on Nov. 30. Thus far, this season has produced more tropical cyclones that any other season except for 1933 and 2004, according to the National Hurricane Center. See Press Releases for more information.