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The AIA Trust is a free risk management resource for AIA Members!
Check out the 2014 AIA Trust Annual Report for more information on last year's highlights!
About the AIA Trust
The AIA Trust was established in 1952 by The American Institute of Architects as a separate entity. The AIA Trust is governed by a group of six AIA members and one AIA component executive who serve as Trustees, appointed by the AIA President. As fiduciaries, the Trustees are stewards of each program offered.
It shall be the purpose and the policy of The AIA Trust to develop and make available at the greatest possible value, insurance and benefit programs for members and components of the American Institute of Architects; and to serve as a risk management resource for the practice of Architecture in cooperation with the Institute.
The Trust selects member programs in conjunction with independent consultants to meet the Institute's high standards of quality, value, financial stability, service, and coverage. The Trustees are dedicated to providing AIA members with solid, current information to help with good decisions about complex and expensive matters. The AIA Trust serves as your advocate in getting information and claims handled properly and promptly. It receives no dues dollars and is not a source of revenue for the AIA.
About your AIA member benefits
With so much at stake in your personal and professional life, the AIA Trust benefit programs will help you protect your future, the future of your firm, and the future of your family.
The information you will find here is a member service brought to you by the AIA Trust. This web site is designed to provide easy, comprehensive access to your benefit programs. You will find a wide range of options to help you evaluate your needs and coverage -- plus other useful information.
These insurance programs are underwritten by some of the most respected insurance companies in the business, providing complete, competitive, affordable coverage.
Independent third party providers, some of who are also licensed agents and brokers, administer these programs. In some cases, links to their own web sites are provided for your convenience.
We recommend that you fully investigate all carriers and program providers, coverage, and offerings before purchasing any products.
For more information, visit AIA Trust.