Insuring the future of the profession »
The Chartered Insurance Institute (CII) is looking for potential
future leaders of the insurance industry to join its 2017/18 New
New Generation Programme 2017/2018 »
Our application process has now closed. Any queries please
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0207 417 4438.
The CII is calling for future leaders in claims, underwriting,
broking and the London Market to apply to take part in the
2017/2018 New Generation Programme. Ten rising stars from each of
these areas will be selected to benefit from increased exposure to
market issues and the opportunity to make their mark on their
Legal developments in claims July 2017 »
Legal developments in claims impacting insurance provided for
the CII Claims Faculty by the Forum of Insurance Lawyers
Protection market review July 2017 »
Protection market update for July 2017
General Election June 2017: the aftermath »
Short paper outlining how the outcome of the General Election is
likely to impact on the Government's forthcoming legislative
Insurance distribution channels »
The aim of a distribution channel is to allow customers to
access and purchase products in the most efficient way for the
business. This fact file compares the various distribution channels
and comsiders how insurance companies may use direct or indirect
channels, or a combination of the two, to distribute their
This fact file was authored by Daved Saunders in April 2017.
Insurance Distribution Directive (IDD) »
Briefing summarising the FCA implementation of the Insurance
Distribution Directive including professionalism requirements.
The Future of Commercial Insurance Broking »
Commercial insurance brokers will need to have evolved into real
business advisors for their SME customers by 2027 or face
extinction, warns a new report from the Chartered Insurance
Institute (CII)'s Insurance Broking Faculty.
Legal developments in claims April 2017 »
The latest update on legal developments in claims produced
for the Claims Faculty by the Forum of Insurance Lawyers
FCA Business Plan 2017-18, Risk Outlook and Mission »
The FCA Business Plan sets out potential risks and priorities
for the year. Technology figures strongly on the regulator's list
of areas to watch for.
CII and IFC join forces to tackle insurance gap for women globally »
The Chartered Insurance Institute (CII) and IFC (International
Finance Corporation), a member of the World Bank Group, have signed
a memorandum of understanding, joining forces to tackle the
protection gap faced by women, increase their knowledge of risk and
access to insurance.
Insurance implications of fracking »
The insurance profession needs to prepare for the impact
that increased levels of onshore fracking could have on UK
households and businesses, according to a thought-leadership report
out today from the Chartered Insurance
Institute's Claims Faculty New Generation Group.
The group found that while existing products appear to provide
adequate cover for households and small businesses, and no insurer
specifically excludes fracking, there are no insurance policies
that specifically cover it either.
Periodical Payments Orders and personal injury compensation explained »
In the wake of the recent hike in the Discount Rate for lump sum
payments, this half hour continuing professional
development video looks at the related issue of Periodical
Payments Orders, current take-up and how they operate. PPOs are
compensation awards in personal injury claims which, in addition to
providing a lump sum for damages for pain and suffering and for
past financial loss, provide regular index linked payments for some
or all of the future financial loss.
Spring budget 2017 summary »
This summary has been prepared very rapidly by Taxbriefs and is
for general information only. It is recommended to seek competent
professional advice before taking or refraining from taking action
on the basis of the contents of this publication. The guide
represents the authors understanding of the law and HM Revenue
& Customs practice as at 9th March 2017, which are subject to
A fall in the personal injury Discount Rate: implications »
On 27 February, the Lord Chancellor announced that the discount
(or 'Ogden') rate used to calculate personal injury claims has been
reduced from 2.5% to -0.75%.