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Inherent defects insurance »
Inherent defects insurance
Professional liability - dealing with the consequences »
Professional liability - dealing with the consequences By Christopher Henley, LLB (Hons), FCII, Chartered Insurance Practitioner
Motor insurance - some key topics »
Motor insurance - some key topics By Roy Rogers
Professional indemnity »
Professional indemnity insurance rates are still in decline with premiums in some cases being up to 30% less than the same time in 2005. Insurers are free to charge whatever price the market will bear but if the age-old expression "you get what you pay for" applies then there are hidden dangers to the buyer, the intermediary and indeed the seller.
Motoring Masterclasses »
As part of the Faculty of Insurance Broking's educational programme, the second series of Motor masterclasses will be presented in Bristol, Croydon and Gateshead, by leading motor insurance specialist Roy Rodger.
Broking Faculty unveils Environmental Liability Masterclasses »
The Faculty of Insurance Broking in conjunction with the British Insurance Brokers Association (BIBA) is to deliver its first regional programme of Environmental Impairment Liability (EIL) masterclasses, in May and June.
Broking Faculty unveils Professional Indemnity Masterclass »
The Faculty of Insurance Broking in conjunction with the British Insurance Brokers Association (BIBA) is to deliver a regional programme of Professional Indemnity masterclasses, in April and May.
Broking Faculty unveils engineering masterclass »
The Faculty of Insurance Broking in conjunction with the British Insurance Brokers Association (BIBA) is to deliver a regional programme of Engineering Insurance Masterclasses, in February and March 2006.
Opinion Leader Research: Broker and Insurer relations in a regulated world »
Report from Oracle and the Chartered Insurance Institute on broker and insurer relations in a regulated world from January 2006.
The 10 commandments of business interruption cover »
As many as 70% of businesses may be underinsured reports Malcolm Stewart. Whilst not a panacea, he says his "Ten Commandments" are a set of simple lessons for getting BI cover right. By acting as a useful checklist and (when given proper consideration) they should put clients in a strong position, should they ever need to make a claim.
Viewpoint »
A member of the Faculty of Insurance Broking Advisory Board gives their perspective.
Market watch »
The FSA has cracked its whip. Seven months into the new regime the regulator announced a crackdown on intermediaries breaking the law by conducting unauthorised general insurance business. By July the curiously named "perimeter team" had a programme of visits across the UK well underway ...
Staying ahead of regulation »
Over 100 faculty members attended the Staying Ahead of FSA Regulation event hosted by the Faculty of Insurance Broking in conjunction with PriceWaterhouseCoopers. The roadshows held in London, Leeds, Birmingham and Southampton covered key regulatory topics including preparing for an FSA arrow visit, handling client money, managing conflicts of interest and treating customers fairly ...
Job Role & Competency Framework »
The CII has launched its Job Role and Competency framework which sits at the heart of all CII and Faculty activity and helps to drive the development of new products and services which are relevant to current market best practice ...

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