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The CII is the premier professional organisation for those
working in the insurance and financial services industry. It is
dedicated to promoting higher standards of competence and integrity
through the provision of relevant qualifications for employees at
all levels and across all sectors of the industry.
Members receive exclusive discounts on CII tuition, courses and exam entry.
The CII Annual General Meeting was held on 24 July 2013 at the
Great Hall, 20 Aldermanbury, London EC2V 7HY at 1.45pm.
CII members are expected to conform their activities to the CII
Code of Ethics. From time to time, the CII will issue guidance as
to the particular application of provisions of the code, and
members should anticipate and deal proactively with conflicts of
If you would like to be more involved with the CII, you might be
interested in applying for a role on one of the CII's Boards,
Committees or Panels.
This statement sets out how the Chartered Insurance Institute
("us", "we", "CII") will use the personal information relating to
its members and examination candidates, as well as prospective
members and candidates.
The CII is governed by the CII Charter &
Bye-Laws and CII Board Regulations.
The Terms of Reference set out the scope and remit of CII Board
and each of the CII's committees.
The Nominations Committee ("Noms") is a formally constituted
committee of the Board and its purpose is to give full
consideration to the succession planning of the CII's Board and
committees and to ensure that the processes used in governance
appointments are consistent with good practice.