The business of insurance broking »
"Insurance broking", which appears to be a simple concept, is in
fact a multidimensional activity that requires a great variety of
skills and qualities if it is to be a successful business in a very
The new and emerging risk landscape »
In this insightful Barbon faculty lecture, filmed in March,
Professor Ian Goldin, director, Oxford Martin School and professor
of globalisation and development, University of Oxford talks about
the new and emerging risk landscape, forecasting patterns, trends
Water damage claims management & handling »
In this half hour CPD video Nick Deakin provides an up to date
insight into the management of water damage claims - in particular
escape of water, flood, burst pipe and storm claims in the UK
household claims market. He covers the scale of the problems, the
different characteristics and technical challenges of the different
claims and how the industry is addressing the challenges of climate
change through the Climatewise Sustainable Claims Guidelines.
Insurance Broking Faculty BIBA Bulletin March 2013 »
In the second of a new series of updates produced by the British
Insurance Brokers' Association for the CII's Insurance Broking
Faculty, Steve White, BIBA head of compliance and training looks at
the future of the Financial Services Compensation Scheme levy on
interemidiaries, client money, risk transfer and add-ons.
Regional news »
This month's regional industry news features;
West Midlands Insurance Institute hands out awards
Manchester Institute gets snap happy!
Jersey members get the lowdown on new CPD scheme
International news »
This month's international industry news features;
Venturing into the Vietnamese market
Second annual Arabic ACII graduation ceremony held in
This month's local and industry news features;
Texts go electronic
BIBA aiming to meet the growth challenge
Hitting a home run in retirement
The evolution of insurance regulation »
In this insightful Nicholas Barbon faculty lecture the regulator
Dr Andrew Bailey, MD, Prudential Business Unit, Financial Services
Authority, provides an insight into how it plans to approach
regulation of the insurance sector in the future, including
reflections on lessons learnt and a deeper explanation of its new
judgment based approach and its attitude towards Solvency 2.
CII Public Affairs Update January 2013 »
The CII's Public Affairs Updates contain news from Westminster
and Whitehall, Europe and the regulator.
The ABC of... environmental liabilities »
Environmental issues are no longer a side issue for large
organisations. Alan Dobson gives a run down of the risks and how
firms can counter them...
Action on Jackson »
With the Jackson Review just months away from implementation,
Tim Wallis looks at what the changes could mean for insurers and
reveals why there could be increased opportunities for
Roll of honour (July-Nov 2012) »
Congratulations to the following recently elected CII
Have you packed my books?! »
As 2013 begins, Peter Molloy looks ahead to pastures new at home
and at work...
The big ten »
This set of questions, courtesy of online CII package
InsuranceAssess, will test your knowledge of key insurance
The power of information: getting the most out of MI »
Knowledge is power, but what if that knowledge is incorrect or
misused? Jeff McCracken looks at the importance of accurate
management information, and how to use it to have your say...