Brand and reputation insurance for SMEs »
The CII Insurance Broking Faculty new generation
group is calling for brokers and insurers to rise to the challenge
of providing brand and reputation risk protection for small and
medium sized enterprises. The group's in-depth and well researched
paper looks in detail at the need for brand and reputation risk
cover; the barriers to insurer participation; the level of coverage
currently available; and most importantly how the insurance
industry can and should
Defra on flooding and property level resilience »
In this half hour Faculty video, Robbie Craig, policy officer at
the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs outlines the
Government's perspectives and policies with regard to UK property
level resilience and UK flooding.
Apres mon deluge: Flood Re as a response to large-scale climate risk »
Flood Re is a flood 're-insurance' scheme to help support
households at highest flood risk. Mark Hoban describes how the
scheme works and how it is a temporary solution until the industry
can develop more reflective pricing.
The Insurance Fraud Task Force - the problem and conclusions »
Insurance fraud costs the industry an estimated £3bn a
year, plus another estimated £200m a year is spent combatting it.
The government's Insurance Fraud Task Force has come up with some
How to use LinkedIn as a sales tool »
In this video we look at the practice of social selling,
why is it relevant to insurance brokers and others, and
provide some practical advice and insight on how to get
involved, with a particular focus on getting the best out of
LinkedIn. Presented by Melanie Palmer, editor of The League of
Brokers which was founded by Konsileo, an insurance tech
Recent developments in quantum »
This fact file was last updated by Alan Peck in November 2017.
Personal injury litigation produces probably more cases than anything else in the UK courts. Many more claims are dealt with by insurance companies and their agents and settled prior to litigation. There have been significant recent developments in the way the law compensate individuals who have suffered personal injuries as a result of the fault of others.
This Fact File deals with recent developments in the law which impact awards of compensation by the UK courts following civil litigation. It deals primarily with significant changes in the law as it affects the quantum of damages in personal injury cases since 1992. This date has been chosen as it coincides with the first edition of the Judicial Studies Board (now the Judicial College) publication: Guidelines for the Assessment of General Damages in Personal Injury Cases. The Guidelines are now in their 14th edition (Sept. 2017).
Insurance Apps »
It is projected that next year there will be more than 250
billion app downloads worldwide. Luke Holloway takes a look at how
the insurance industry is capitalising on this ever-expanding
SIMR, conduct rules, approved persons »
A briefing covering the forthcoming Senior Insurance Managers
Regime (SIMR), changes to conduct rules and the reformed approved
Price optimisation for insurance - optimising price; destroying value? »
Price optimisation is on the rise in UK insurance, driven
by the insight that underwriters gain from big data. Yet it is
proving a divisive practice, with US regulators increasing banning
its use in personal lines markets.
Accelerated learning and memory techniques »
In this Insurance Institute of London revision lecture, Rob
Murray, ACII, Partner, Lane Clark & Peacock and General
Insurance Actuary of the Year 2012, outlined, with practical
examples, a number of different memory techniques to assist
students when preparing for exams or wider business or personal
Face to face with the Chief Ombudsman »
Caroline Wayman, chief executive & chief ombudsman at the
Financial Ombudsman Service spoke to the CII
Faculties about pricing, non-disclosure, fair and
reasonable, some of the organisations new ways of working and
upcoming complaint handling rule changes.
Marine Insurance »
A reflection on the current state of the sector.
Sian Fisher CII CEO »
The CII's new CEO Sian Fisher talks about the role
and shares some of her early observations and comments on the
likely future direction for the institute.
Legal developments in claims March 2016 »
The latest update on legal developments impacting insurance
claims provided by the Forum of Insurance
Ethical Culture: Developing a culture of responsibility in a regulated environment »
Ethical culture: Developing a culture of responsibility in an
regulated environment, part of the CII ethical culture series,
considers how financial services regulation impacts on the
development of an ethical culture. It covers the introduction of
the Senior Insurance Managers Regime and the Senior Managers &
Certification Regime for banking.