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Insurance Broking

Insurance Brokers: Adding value in a crisis »
The CII Insurance Broking Faculty New Generation Group has recorded a series of videos where they  explain why insurance broking is an interesting and stimulating career choice and have launched a publication which demonstrates how insurance brokers can add value in a crisis.
The rise of the dragon: opportunities in insurance broking markets in Hong Kong and mainland China »
Summarises key regulatory developments and market opportunities for insurance broking in Hong Kong and mainland China. 
Speed awareness courses and insurance premiums: CII research group advocates full analysis »
Young Chartered Insurance Institute (CII) members are pushing for a thorough analysis of the effect of speed awareness courses on driver safety and how they should influence the premiums insurance companies charge motorists. Download the full report using the link on the right.
Staff skills make or break GI business performance – 6th annual CII Skills Survey »
Employee skills - or the lack of them - in general insurance have a direct impact on broker and insurer fortunes, according to the latest Skills Survey from the Chartered Insurance Institute (CII).
CII General Insurance Skills Survey 2012 »
Skills and talent are burning issues for businesses of all shapes and sizes, across all sections of the economy. Insurance is no different in that respect. Each year we survey our members in order to paint a picture of the skills situation within general insurance. This is the sixth year we have run the survey. Over 2300 members representing general insurance responded to this year's survey.  
Fact files »
The factfiles in this collection are written by subject matter experts within the insurance and financial services industry. They are updated annually, and interim update bulletins are included where necessary to take into account any major changes during the year.
Beyond borders : »
This report presents the full results from a two-phase study commissioned by the Insurance Intellectual Capital Initiative (IICI), looking at the London, Bermuda, Continental European and Asia Pacific reinsurance markets from the perspective of cedents, reinsurers and brokers.
Consumer expenditure on insurance »
The following statistics give the consumer expenditure on insurance for worldwide regions and selected countries around the world. Related information on  Consumer expenditure on financial services is also available
Non-life insurance in India: managing disaster risk exposures »
Dr Vankayalapati Padmavathi of the Institute of Insurance & Risk Management in India analyses how the insurance industry could play a greater role in creating a sustainable and balanced approach to disaster risk management in India.
FSA guidance consultation on financial incentives »
On 5 September, the FSA published a guidance consultation on financial incentives, including the results of a thematic review into incentives across the industry. This briefing summarises the key points made by the consultation paper.
Ghost broking - the hidden enemy »
In this 30-minute CPD video, Glen Marr (director of fraud at 1st Central) talks about the growing problem of illegal insurance intermediaries, or so-called "ghost brokers".
The Insurance Fraud Register explained »
In this 30-minute CPD video, Richard Davies (Axa fraud chief and lead for the Insurance Fraud Register) details the thinking behind the Insurance Fraud Register (IFR), due to be launched this month. 
A renaissance in customer protection »
A briefing on the latest European financial regulation developments, particularly proposals for a new Insurance Mediation Directive.
Singapore firm becomes Chartered »
Sterling Knight has become Singapore's first insurance broker to be awarded the Chartered insurance broker title by the CII.
IMD the 39 steps »
With the EC having finally released its proposal for a revised insurance mediation directive, BIBA's Steve White unravels the Hitchockian mystery and looks at the implications for insurance brokers

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