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Insurance Broking

How brokers should use insurer ratings »
Stuart Shipperlee provides an overview of what brokers should be conscious of when considering insurer security and using ratings when monitoring market security.
Upon the door of every cottage... Protecting the public through general insurance »
Against the backdrop of continuing public dismay and disenchantment with the broader financial services sector, the job of making sure general insurance is facing up to the challenges ahead is pressing. Our report, Upon the door of every cottage... Protecting the public through general insurance examines a number of these challenges through the contributions of leading industry figures.
The implications of UK longevity »
In this Barbon lecture Professor Leslie Mayhew, professor of statistics, Cass Business School and Nigel Cooke, chief actuary, HSBC Life (UK)look at the challenges facing society from the explosion in the UK's elderly population, the profound implications for product development and risk-based pricing.
CII Professional Standards Board publishes annual report 2012 »
The Professional Standards Board (PSB) of the Chartered Insurance Institute (CII) has highlighted the importance of the financial services and general insurance professions actively supporting robust self regulation in its Annual Report 2012. Chairman David McIntosh QC (Hon) also sets out the purpose and composition of the PSB, and looks at how the sector is progressing against the public interest challenge of improving professional standards as well as prospects for the future in a supporting video presentation.
The regulation of general insurance intermediaries »
The latest changes to the regulation of intermediaries, and banks (who both sell insurance and own intermediaries) began in April 2013 when all existing regulators and regulations were replaced by no less than three UK regulators.
Does size matter? Comparing and contrasting large brokers with small »
Steve Hearn talks about the relative strengths of large and small brokers and what changes both types of business may need to make in the future to continue to meet their clients' changing needs.
Best practice in occupational disease claims »
In this half-hour faculty CPD video Alison Woolston, head of Garwyn's occupational disease unit, explains the most common occupational diseases and the industries which are typically affected, provides a summary of the main legislation and case law applicable, discusses the best claims handling strategies and what businesses can do to protect themselves.
Engaging the digital consumer »
In this recent Barbon faculty lecture, Brian McBride, chairman of ASOS looks at the changing face of customer interaction and how to engage the digital consumer.  Trevor Matthews, executive director and chairman, developed markets, Avivaa, respondied on behalf of the insurance profession.
Distribution for insurance brokers »
Insurance brokers are a key link between customers and insurers and, although much is written about them, this information tends to focus on news and information about individual firms. This fact file seeks to offer an insight of where general insurance brokers fit in the distribution chain, and why, despite often being portrayed as being in danger of extinction, they thrive and survive.
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 competitive market. 
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 and hotspots.  
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 and more...
International news »
This month's international industry news features; Venturing into the Vietnamese market Second annual Arabic ACII graduation ceremony held in Dubai



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