Mission Statement

The Florida Insurance Council’s mission is to provide value through education, research, and representation before consumer, legislative, regulatory, and judiciary organizations. The Council is dedicated to the highest standards of business ethics and professionalism; committed to promoting and protecting the viability of the insurance market; resolved to earn consumer confidence and trust, and determined to foster a positive public image of the insurance community.

Vision Statement

The Florida Insurance Council’s vision is to be the premier organization representing the insurance profession in Florida.  The Council will be the recognized and preferred source of information on insurance matters including economic, legislative, regulatory, and consumer issues.

The Florida Insurance Council is the vision and voice of Florida’s insurance community. 

Today's Florida Insurance Council is the evolutionary product of the development, growth, and merger of three separate state insurance trade organizations the Florida Association of Domestic Insurance Companies (FADIC), the Florida Insurance News Service (FINS) and the Florida Insurance Council (FIC). In 1994, key insurance leaders recognized the potential benefit of bringing the three organizations together, and the merger effort began. The groups' similar missions and goals created a natural fit, and the result is the new Florida Insurance Council --- a strategically integrated insurance trade dynamo that serves the industry with a single, powerful voice.

The Florida Insurance Council was established in 1962 to represent the insurance sector in legislative, regulatory, judicial and executive branch forums.

The Council is now Florida's largest company trade association, representing 34 insurers groups - representing 318 companies - which write over $38 billion a year in premium volume and provide all lines of coverage.

The Council not only represents the industry in legislative and regulatory matters, but in judicial and executive branch forums as well. Additionally, FIC tracks, analyzes and communicates all public policy developments to members via state-of-the-art technology. FIC educates the media, consumers and the general public on the business of insurance. The Council is the key contact for the insurance industry in Florida's landmark Emergency Management-Insurance Community Cooperation Pact, which ensure swift claims handling following a hurricane or other catastrophe.

Full membership is available to insurance companies admitted or authorized to do business in the state by the Florida Department of Insurance. Dues are based on annual Florida premium volume. Associate membership is available for national trade organizations. Subscriber membership for reinsurers, members of law, accounting, actuarial and other professional firms. A standard dues applies to associate members. It is established periodically by the FIC Executive Committee and Board.

The current chair of the FIC Executive Committee and Board is David Ward, Brighthouse Financial. The Council's President is Cecil Pearce.

Membership in the Florida Insurance Council is available to insurance companies which are admitted or authorized to do business in the state by the Florida Department of Insurance. Dues are based on annual Florida premium volume and range from $10,046.35 a year to a percent of premiums.

Associate membership is available for national trade associations and similar entities. Dues are $10,075.00 a year.

Subscribing membership is available for business entities involved in insurance, but not qualifying as either a member or associate member. These include law, accounting and actuarial firms and other professional firms. Subscribing member dues are $10,075.00.

Reinsurer membership is available for insurance companies writing property and casualty reinsurance in the state of Florida. Dues are $25,000.00 a year.

Category Total Annual Premiums 2019 Dues
Cat.   1 -        Under $5 Million $10,977.00
Cat.   2 -        $    5 Million - $  10 Million $14,642.00
Cat.   3 -        $  10 Million - $  20 Million $18,276.00
Cat.   4 -        $  20 Million - $  50 Million $21,909.00
Cat.   5 -        $  50 Million - $  75 Million $25,608.00
Cat.   6 -        $  75 Million - $100 Million $27,378.00
Cat.   7 -        $100 Million - $200 Million $29,323.00
Cat.   8 -        $200 Million - $300 Million $31,066.00
Cat.   9 -        $300 Million - $400 Million $32,891.00
Cat. 10 -        $400 Million - $500 Million $34,667.00
Cat. 11 -        $500 Million - $600 Million $36,580.00
Cat. 12 -        $600 Million - $    1 Billion $38,382.00
Cat. 13 -        Over $1 Billion % of Premium*
*2018 Maximum Dues - $124,162.00
Associate Members $10,075.00
Subscribers $10,075.00
Reinsurance Companies $25,000.00


See what FIC members have to say about their association:

Because FIC is the voice of the insurance community in Florida. Florida Farm Bureau Insurance is a member of FIC to support our fair share of the needed efforts for all of the insurance community.

CNA is a member of FIC due to its ability and reputation to influence insurance public policy. FIC is also a tremendous forum for companies to get together and share viewpoints to affect positive change.  FIC is the preeminent insurance association in Florida.


Located at: 150 South Monroe Street, Suite 206, Tallahassee, Florida 32301

For more information, contact FIC and ask for Vicky Dingwell. Vicky is available at: (850) 386-6668 ext. 229, (fax: 386-7371) or Vicky Dingwell.