Tremark Associates Managing Director Mark Hodgson has recently been confirmed has President of the Association of British Investigators.
Formed in 1913, the Association of British Investigators works tirelessly to raise standards and to see the credibility of its members recognised. Since the 1950’s it has lobbied successive governments for regulation of the investigations industry.
During it’s continued absence from compulsory regulation, the ABI has imposed vetting and screening of new members. ABI members must have professional Indemnity insurance, and are bound by the ABI Code of Ethics and Professional Standards as well as being accountable to ABI policy guidelines. This is specifically demonstrated by the ABI’s robust and independently adjudicated disciplinary policy. Meaning that should substantiated evidence of a member breaching the policy come to fruition, they could face expulsion.
It is a form of licensing, where no official licensing exists.
Mark has been on the board of directors of the Association since 2010 and previously held the position of Vice President for three years.