Damages for late payment and insurers' remedies for fraud (chapter 4 - 6) »
David Hertzell (law commissioner responsible for the
project for the reform of insurance contract law) details the
proposed changes related to damages for late payment and insurers'
remedies for fraud. (Chapter 4 - 6)
News (The Journal - February-March 2012) »
National and international news from the CII, including:
Editor's inbox (The Journal - February-March 2012) »
This year, the Chartered Insurance Institute celebrates 100
years of being granted its original Royal Charter by King
George V. As a celebration of this achievement we will be taking a
look back at the past, as well as gazing into the future, with a
series of articles and events over the next 12 months.
Congratulations to the following recently elected CII members (2/12/11 - 18/1/12) »
A list of CII members gaining FCII, ACII, DipCII and CertCII
accreditation, as well as CII Chartered Insurers, Brokers and
Insurance Practitioners during 2 December 2011 to 18 January
President's letter (The Journal - February-March 2012) »
Julian James looks at how, during its centenary year, the CII is
working more closely with young people.
Discover risk - National Apprenticeship Week (The Journal - February-March 2012) »
February saw National Apprenticeship Week taking place across
the UK. The Journal looks into the advantages of apprenticeships
for firms and applicants alike.
You said what to who? »
Social media is taking over faster than you might think. Liz
Booth discovers the risks and rewards of using it at work.
Twin town »
The initiative to twin the Insuarnce Insitutes of Manchester and
Gibraltar has captured the industry's imagination. Edward Murray
finds out more about how the tie-up will work and what it hopes to
Guildford: building a rep »
This edition's local institute profile focuses on Guildford,
where president Calire White tells the Journal how it is aiming to
build on the success of its office rep network by fostering better
relationships with local businesses.
"Stimulating, challenging and ultimately rewarding" »
With professional development a key theme in the industry,
Michelle Worvell lifts the lid on the work of the CII's own
training initiative, Face-to-Face.
The road to nowhere »
With motor insurance fraud an increasing bugbear for the
industry, J B M Murray investigates whether inverse liability
insurance can relieve some of the strain
The ABC of ... Insurance contract law »
Daniel Crockford investigates the Joint Law Commision review of
insurance contract law
The big ten »
This set of questions, courtesy of online CII training package
Insurance Assess, will test your knowledge of key insurance
Face time »
This month, Sterling Insurance's Natalie McDonald reveals the
benefits of a little late night networking and celebrates passing
her law exam.
It's all about perception »
Research by PressChoice has revealed alarmingly low opinions of
the financial services industry among journalists. Managing
director and former Today Programme presenter, Adam Shaw, offers
some advice on how the sector can present a more acceptable face to
the public and start to win back trust.