Factory Insurance Association (fia)

Definition of "Factory insurance association (fia)"

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Association of stock property insurance companies, formed to provide engineering services for member companies. These companies generally insure highly protected risks (risks characterized by a high degree of care taken for safety and potential loss reduction).

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