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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
CII Public Affairs Update January 2014 edition »
The CII's Public Affairs Updates contain news from Westminster and Whitehall, Europe and the regulator. This edition covers the Competition Commission's investigation on motor insurance, the latest from the FCA and developments on auto-enrolment.
Underwriting Faculty New Generation Group 2013 report »
In the quest to ensure ever better outcomes for consumers, the Underwriting Faculty New Generation Group 2013 spent their year long project looking at the impact of the Consumer Insurance Act (CIA) and posed the question - could more be done to improve customer outcomes.
The Journal Dec/Jan 2014 (full issue) »
Full issue of the Dec-Jan 2014 edition of the Journal. Featuring articles on the Consumer Insurance Act 2012, blanket notifications and road safety for young drivers, as well as an interview with CII President Tom Woolgrove and an update on the Aldermanbury declaration.
CII Public Affairs Update December 2013 edition »
The CII's Public Affairs Updates contain news from Westminster and Whitehall, Europe and the regulator. This edition covers the Insurance Industry Growth Action Plan, the latest FCA reviews and an update on Solvency II.
Insurance industry growth action plan »
The Government has published its plan aimed at driving growth across the insurance industry and strengthen the sector's contribution to the UK economy. The plan identifies actions that Government, industry, and other partners can take forward in five key areas over the next 12-18 months and reflects engagement with UK-based insurers, inward investors, brokers, and trade and professional bodies.
MyLicence motor insurance initiative explained »
This half hour CPD video looks at the demands and needs on motor insurers, brokers, comparison websites and software providers with regard to the new industry wide initiave called MyLicence which will allow for the sharing of DVLA data on motoring convictions, entitlements and penalty points when providing motor insurance quotes.
Credit hire: an insurer's perspective »
In this half hour CPD video Jon Cawley, UK motor claims director and head of UK personal lines claims at Zurich, looks in detail at the issue of credit hire, and in particular the technical detail of how it operates
Ethical culture: securing an ethical culture in a regulated environment »
With the culture of financial services organisations being a key focus of public and regulatory concerns, our ethical guidance series is intended to provide a helping hand to individuals and firms across insurance and financial services. Ethical culture: securing an ethical culture in a regulated environment, which is the third paper in the series, considers how financial services regulation impacts on the development of an ethical culture.
Trust & confidence »
Following the establishment of the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) and Prudential Regulatory Authority (PRA) earlier in the year, this lecture sets out the FCA's new supervisory model and highlights the elements that the FCA will be examining.
Data Protection Act »
The Data Protection Act 1998 gives individuals the right to know what information is held about them and provides a framework to ensure that personal information is handled properly. The Data Protection Act 1998 came into force on 1 March 2000 and is based on the European Union (EU) Data Protection Directive of 1995.
UK flooding: New Generation Broking Group viewpoint »
This year's Insurance Broking Faculty New Generation Group has focused on the issue of flooding in the UK and has produced a detailed research document which reflects their views of the pros and cons of the different solutions put forward to replace the Statement of Principles agreed back in 2002 between the Government and the insurance industry.

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