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The Care Bill »
The government's long-awaited Care Bill is making its way through the parliamentary system. The Chartered Insurance Institute has been part of the discussions throughout - Laurence Baxter reports on the latest developments.
Why respected companies unexpectedly fail »
Why do well-respected companies fail? This lecture explains how unrecognised areas of risk regularly cause crises and bring down well-respected companies. Anthony also discusses how liability and D&O insurers and chief risk officers (CROs) might use the findings in their daily work of assessing risks.
Business planning tips and strategies »
In this CPD video seminar we focus on guidance for businesses - be they small or large - on how to prepare a forward thinking business plan, the range of topics it should address, and how it can be used to drive success. 
Construction law and insurance »
A look at some of the key developments in construction case law in 2013, focusing on those that effect insurers in this sector. The video has three parts: first, professional liability; second, insurance law and third, the changes to the Civil Procedure Rules that took effect on 1st April last year. 
Legal developments in claims March 2014 »
The latest update from the Forum of Insurance Lawyers (FOIL) on recent legal developments produced for the Claims Faculty
Legal developments in claims February 2014 »
The latest update from the Forum of Insurance Lawyers (FOIL) on recent legal developments produced for the Claims Faculty
The Journal Feb-Mar 2014 (full issue) »
Full issue of the Journal for February/March 2014.
Consumer credit regulation update: the new FCA regime draws closer »
Consumer credit regulation is moving on 1 April 2014, from the Office of Fair Trading (OFT) to the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA). Following earlier consultations on its overall approach and specific aspects of the regulation, the FCA has now published the detailed rules and guidance on how it will regulate this market.
Insurance contract law clauses update »
In this half-hour CPD video seminar we look at the latest clauses released by the Law Commissions as they approach the end of their review of insurance contract law, covering three areas: business disclosure, fraud and damages for late payment.    
Conduct risk for insurers »
Twenty-two CEOs and senior executives from across the UK insurance industry were interviewed to understand their views on, and response to, the FCA's Conduct Risk agenda. Participants covered a broad representation of the industry, including life insurers, general insurers, health insurers and composites. 
CII Public Affairs Update February 2014 edition »
The CII's Public Affairs Updates contain news from Westminster and Whitehall, Europe and the regulator. This edition covers updates on auto-enrolment, guidance on the distribution of retail investments and on EIOPA stress tests.
CII Public Interest Awards 2014 winners revealed »
The winners of the CII's first Public Interest Awards were revealed last night at a prestigious ceremony at LSO St Lukes in London. The Public Interest Awards have been introduced to recognise individuals, teams and organisations that have gone above and beyond to educate, inform and ultimately benefit buyers of personal and commercial insurance in the UK and the wider public.
Cyber liability and data breach explained »
In this half hour CPD video we look at cyber risks, and specifically data breach liability, a relatively new, and rapidly developing risk. Speaker Paul Bantick is team leader for technology, media and business services at Beazley. 
Public liability ten years on from Tomlinson »
A detailed review of the current state of play in the public liability area - ten years on from the House of Lords' revolutionary decision in Tomlinson v Congleton Borough Council. In this half hour CPD video we cover developments with regards to shops and commercial premises, occupiers liability, non-delegable duties, risk-taking, abuse claims, schools and fraud. 
Legal developments in claims January 2014 »
The latest update from the Forum of Insurance Lawyers (FOIL) on recent legal developments produced for the Claims Faculty



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