Behavioural Economics explained »
The Financial Conduct Authority has made behavioural economics a
mainstay of its regulatory approach to both general insurance and
financial services. In this Faculty continuing professional
development seminar we explain what Behavioural Economics is, why
it matters and what members need to be aware of.
Education, education, education »
In the past decade or so, there has been a growing school of
thought that, well, school needs more thought. Education in
the UK does not reflect the modern world in which we currently live
- the most popular complaint at the moment is the lack of computing
science taught, given the importance of information technology in
the UK and the global economy.
What's in a name? The new pension lexicon »
The Pension Schemes Bill, published in June 2014 has slipped
under the radar for many financial advisers as the headlines have
been occupied with pension flexibility. Publication of the bill has
also enabled the government to implement a section of the 2011
Pensions Act which has also passed by largely unnoticed.
Recent additions to the CII library »
A list of recent book purchases by month, from May 2012 onwards.
To view these and the full offline collection, please visit the
library catalogue. Most
of these books can be borrowed by CII members, and a postal service
is available. For further information, please contact the library
at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0207 417 4415/3574.