Welcome to FUEDI
The Federation aims to promote the independent / impartial profession of loss adjusting for the insurance industry and other areas of commerce.
The maintenance of high standards of professional conduct and competence are of primary importance.
Co-operation amongst professional associations in member countries will ensure unification of standards of expertise throughout Europe.
- To create greater awareness of the Federation and to continue to develop and maintain high educational standards.
- To maintain unified standards of service to customers.
- To develop mutual recognition of qualifications.
FUEDI General Assembly
Starnberger See, Munich, Germany, 28/29 May 2015
FUEDI is the European Federation of Loss Adjusting Experts, an organisation comprising thirteen national loss adjusting associations, each representing loss adjusting experts in their own countries. These loss adjusting experts who are qualified in their own country are recognised as FUEDI-ELAE or FUEDI-NLAE depending on their level of qualification.
Added 11 May 2012
EIOPA, Solvency II and the loss adjusting profession
Speech given at the FUEDI General Assembly in Porto, Portugal on May 11th 2012 by Gabriel Bernardino, Chairman of the European Insurance and Occupational Pensions Authority
European Insurance Law Review Article – Loss Adjusters in Europe
FUEDI is an open organization communicating via its organisation and its website with the insurance market and beyond. We share with you an analysis of the loss adjusting profession as summarised by the lawyer’s office Kelemenis & Co.
When Kelemenis & Co. proposed the theme of the attached paper to the editorial board of the European Insurance Law Review, they were confident that they could easily get access to EU studies regarding the impact of loss adjusting services on social welfare (avoiding costs of litigation, settling claims, etc), but to their surprise this part of the insurance industry is indeed overlooked at EU-level.
Thankfully, FUEDI provides substantial information regarding the profession of loss adjusting.