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Broking Faculty unveils engineering masterclasses »
The Faculty of Insurance Broking in conjunction with the British Insurance Brokers Association (BIBA) is to deliver a regional programme of Engineering Insurance Masterclasses, in February and March.
A new breed of broker is emerging »
A widening split in the broker sector between 'traditionalists' and 'innovators' will see competitive pressures intensify on those unwilling or unable to embrace change and look to the future.
Hundreds apply for Chartered Financial Planner Title »
Industry support for the CII's new Chartered Financial Planner title has been overwhelming with 539 people being awarded the title within the first month of its availability.
CII breaks new ground with Job Role and Competency Framework »
The Chartered Insurance Institute (CII) has introduced a Job Role and Competency Framework to support all those working in the insurance market. It will help organisations and individuals determine what knowledge and skills are required to perform successfully in the work environment and achieve regulatory compliance.
CII establishes specialist business development teams »
The Chartered Insurance Institute (CII) is to introduce a more focussed approach to the way it does business with its key markets by establishing two specialist teams within its business development function.
News digest 2005 (financial services) »
A brief synopsis of news relating to the financial services industry for August-December 2005
News digest 2005 (general insurance) »
A brief synopsis of news relating to the general insurance industry for August-December 2005
The "ten commandments" of business interruption cover »
As many as 70% of businesses may be underinsured reports Malcolm Stewart. Whilst not a panacea, he says his "Ten Commandments" are a set of simple lessons for getting BI cover right. By acting as a useful checklist and (when given proper consideration) they should put clients in a strong position, should they ever need to make a claim.
Hurricane Katrina »
A lecture given by Hermes Marangos of Clyde and Co on Hurricane Katrina (November 2005).
Conference recognises role of professional brokers »
Insurance broking was to the fore at the UK Insurance & Financial Services Conference 2005, hosted by the CII and CILA at the QEII Conference Centre in central London.
Southeast building plans pose threat »
PLANS to build up to 300,000 homes in south-east England could increase flood claims by 5% nationally and by 75% in the areas where the homes are being built, according to the Association of British Insurers. The ABI warns that building homes in these areas may cause claims to jump by £55m a year. So for losses as a result of floods to increase, flooding in the UK would not need to become more likely.
London still has four goals to meet »
MIKE PULFER, manager of the CII's London Market Faculty, looks at the faculty's progress as it approaches its first birthday (September 2005).
Market of faith waiting to be tested (September 2005) »
As environmental exposures have evolved, insurers have sought new sources of capital to cover certain risks. When it emerged in the late 1990s, the catastrophe bonds market was considered by some to be a replacement for traditional reinsurance. 



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