Wasted on the young »
With young people labouring under the yoke of stagnant wages and
an inability to get onto the property ladder, there would appear to
be little incentive to educate this market about finance and
insurance. Adam Shaw begs to differ…
The interview: Ashwin Mistry »
Incoming CII president Ashwin Mistry talks to The
Journal about his plans for the year ahead and what he hopes
to achieve with his 'One Voice' vision.
Flexing the working day »
Employees throughout the UK now have greater rights to request
flexible working and their employers face a challenge to avoid
falling foul of the new rules reports The Journal.
The Journal August-September 2014 (full issue) »
The full issue of the Journal for August/September 2014.
Travel sickness »
The tragedy of Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 has highlighted the
increased risk for business travellers heading to far-flung
destinations. Liz Booth looks at how such risks can be
Legal developments in claims August 2014 »
The latest update from the Forum of Insurance Lawyers (FOIL) on
recent legal developments produced for the Claims Faculty.
Insurance contract law reform: business insurance disclosure, warranties and insurer remedies »
As part of their ongoing review of
insurance contract law, the Law Commissions have made
recommendations on business customers' duty to provide pre-contract
information to their insurer and the actions insurers can take if
the policyholder breeches the warranty. Most of these
recommendations have been included in the Insurance Bill which was
laid before Parliament on 17 July.
CII Public Affairs Update Summer 2014 edition »
The CII's Public Affairs Updates contain news from Westminster
and Whitehall, Europe and the regulator. This edition covers the
latest on general insurance from the FCA and PRA, guidance
guarantee and mortgage regulation, as well as current legislation
FAME - a model for the UK? »
The Foundation for Agency Management Excellence (FAME) was
established by brokers in the US to indentify and promote talented
people from non-traditional backgrounds. Could a similar initiative
in the UK increase diversity and help boost innovation?
Don't forget the client »
Our clients come first and we must work with regulators to
ensure that this principle is not lost.