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Don't be a copycat »
Understanding the rules is key to passing exams, explains Caroline Lace.
A-Z of SME commercial cover »
The ABC of commercial conundrum. Kevin Donoghue explores SME commercial cover from A-Z.
Consumer insurance act: fit for purpose? »
Last year, the CII's underwriting faculty New Generation Group took a look at the new Consumer Insurance Act 2012 and asked whether it was having the desired effect and if it would reduce the number of consumer complaints being received by the Financial Ombudsman. The CII asked a group of industry specialists for their reaction to the group's report and what would improve customer outcomes.
CII Public Affairs Update May 2014 edition »
The CII's Public Affairs Updates contain news from Westminster and Whitehall, Europe and the regulator. This edition covers FCA thematic reviews, MiFID II and FCA guidance following the Budget pension reforms.
The Journal Apr-May 2014 (full issue) »
Full issue of the Journal for April/May 2014.
Insurer conduct risk explained »
In this half hour CPD video, Financial Conduct Authority director Nick Poyntz-Wright and Oliver Wyman partner Tim Kirk talk through the importance of insurer conduct risk and the findings from the recent Chartered Insurance Institute report into this subject based on interivews with leaders of businesses across the general and life insurance market.
The Package Travel Directive explained »
The Package Travel Directive which came into effect in 1990 and which regulates the marketing, sale and performance of package holidays is being reformed.
Legal developments in claims April 2014 »
The latest update from the Forum of Insurance Lawyers (FOIL) on recent legal developments produced for the Claims Faculty.
A-Z of non-standard household cover »
Craig Allen, of Ageas, explores home insurance from A-Z for properties that do not meet standard criteria.  Read the full article here »
Water, water everywhere »
In the run up to the latest bout of flooding, the CII hosted a roundtable to discuss the issue, how the insurance industry has risen to the challenge of handling the recent deluge of claims and how it is preparing consumers for a more secure future.  Read the full article here »      
The interview: Clive Adamson »
Clive Adamson, director of supervision at the Financial Conduct Authority, talks to The Journal about life with the FCA and about rebuilding consumer trust in insurance.  View the full article here »
Green shoots for all »
With signs that the British economy may be turning a corner, the CII surveyed members to ask how they see the year ahead, reports Daniel Pedley.   View the full article here »
Public Interest Awards »
The CII's inaugural Public Interest Awards recognised those businesses and individuals that have gone the extra mile to educate and inform the wider public, reports Ant Gould.  View the full article here »
A mismatch of expectations »
Research by the CII and Oliver Wyman shows a mismatch of expectations between insurers and the Financial Conduct Authority on the extent of change required in conduct risk management. In addition, the report identifies emerging risks that could significantly affect current business practices, as Tim Kirk and Sean McGuire explain…  View the full article here » View the full report here » Watch CPD video from the FCA and Oliver Wyman  
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.



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