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MIB

 Medical information bureau, see there.
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The consumer who applies for life, health or disability insurance receives a brief written notice which describes MIB and its function.
It is predicted the plans drawn up by the MIB could result in an additional 50,000 successful prosecutions of uninsured drivers over the next 12 months "Higgs & Sons was pleased to be invited to take part in this scheme working together with the MIB to achieve justice for clients who have been the victim of an accident involving an uninsured driver.
RMT offered to buy MIB to strengthen their financial management division.
MIB says Mexican processors "generally have a limited ability to satisfy the total requirements of today's global OEM.
Insurers use MIB data to check whether consumers have put valid information on their applications for life insurance, disability insurance and similar products.
MIB Chairman Khaled Al Aboodi said the bank hopes to capture up to 25 per cent of its local market share within three years or so by offering Islamic finance products targeting small and medium enterprises (SMEs) and fisheries.
MIB said modest but sustained monthly declines followed until the significant erosion toward year-end.
The activity increase for September was the biggest year-over-year increase MIB has reported for consumers in that age group all year.
application activity in the last three quarters of 2014 was encouraging," says MIB Life Index CEO Lee Oliphant.
The MIB database contains records for life insurers that issue about 90% of all individual life insurance policies sold in the United States.