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An interview with Caroline Wayman, Chief Ombudsman

24 November 2014
In this 20 minute video interview, Caroline Wayman, chief executive & chief ombudsman at the Financial Ombudsman Service talks to Ant Gould, CII director of faculties about the ombudsman's approach to gene ...

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Public Interest Awards 2015 shortlist published

19 November 2014
The Chartered Insurance Institute has announced the shortlist for the second annual CII Public Interest Awards, and would like to congratul ...

Crowd-funding and peer-to-peer lending

11 November 2014
This year has seen a dramatic increase in crowd-funding activities and peer-to-peer finance. In order to bring the advisory sector up to sp ...

Hear today, gone tomorrow

05 November 2014
Noise-induced hearing loss claims are on the rise and many workers are being put at risk by poor diagnosis, argues Melanie Brewster.

Study room- qualifications

05 November 2014
The improvements to the Insurance qualifications framework 2014-2018 are outlined here. The CII explains what the new developments hold.

Legal Expenses Insurance »
This CPD supplement aims to help insurance professionals to demonstrate their understanding of the workings of legal expenses insurance in the UK. Although not necessarily in the front of everyone's mind, legal expenses insurance is a vital cover for individuals, motorists and businesses to ensure they have access to justice, particularly at a time when legal aid support is reducing. This supplement also contains reference to the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) "add-on review" which examines the way in which particular types of insurance, including legal expenses, are sold. This is a CPD supplement, issued with the October/November 2014 issue of The Journal and written in association with DAS.
Embracing a New Generation »
As this year's New Generation group members attend their first event, Ant Gould looks ahead to the full programme that awaits them.
The Journal October-November (full issue) »
The full issue of the Journal for October/November 2014.
Next generation game »
Last year's Treasury Insurance Growth Action Plan highlighted skills and talent as one of the key components to retaining the UK's insurance industry's pre-eminent global standing. Daniel Pedley explains why the ability of firms, both large and small, to attract high quality individuals of all ages is integral to this.
Legal developments in claims October 2014 »
The latest update from the Forum of Insurance Lawyers (FOIL) on recent legal developments produced for the Claims Faculty.
CII Skills Survey 2014 »
The Chartered Insurance Institute has published its annual general insurance skills survey. The 2014 edition marks the eighth running of the survey which provides the most complete annual set of data on skill levels within the UK insurance market. 
So you want to be a CEO? »
These two very successful CEOs have held some of the most challenging roles in business today. Hear them discuss with openness and honesty their career highs and lows and learn their top tips for those aspiring to be a CEO.
Recovery & restoration - remediating water damage »
Drying out properties after flooding is an area that has seen some controversy over the years, with different technicians adopting different techniques. In this half hour video we look in detail at the range of equipment available which is designed to deal with the often complex problems arising from water related incidents. In particular we focus on the appropriate use of moisture measuring and drying equipment.  
The Riot Damages Act explained »
In this video we look at the Riot (Damages) Act 1886 and the current proposals to update the Act which follow in the wake of the rioting in Tottenham and other areas in August 2011. 
Our new Supreme Court »
Lord Phillips, the founding President of the Supreme Court of the United Kingdom, discussed the constitutional changes which were set in motion in June 2003, and resulted in the creation of the Supreme Court.
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