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Succession planning from a sole practitioner into a family partnership »
In this Insurance Institute of London (IIL) financial services lecture Filip Slipaczek described his career as a sole practitioner financial adviser and comment on the issues facing those who want to pass on the running of their business to the next generation.
Building a vibrant profession »
In this Insurance Institute of London (IIL) financial services lecture Nick Turner APFS talked about the key building blocks that make the Personal Finance Society (PFS) so vibrant.
Contract of insurance »
Presenter Chris Parslow Author David Hole ACII Chartered Insurance Practitioner Overview Here Chris Parslow provides a brief overview of what an insurance contract is and what it entails. It will give the viewer an understanding of this subject and enable them to apply this to many different clases of insurance with a greater depth of knowledge.
Household security »
Presenter Chris Parslow Author David Hole ACII Chartered Insurance Practitioner Overview Today, the role of the insurance broker is not limited to arranging insurance for their clients but is also to assist them in managing the risks they face. To do so, some knowledge is required of those measures that can be used to reduce the chances that a loss may occur, and also, if it does take place, to try to reduce the impact of that loss.
Insurance Distribution Directive (IDD) »
Briefing summarising the FCA implementation of the Insurance Distribution Directive including professionalism requirements.
Gross profit »
In this Insurance Institute of London (IIL) joint property/London Business Interruption Association (LBIA) lecture Damian Glynn and Steven Nock presented the results of the latest (fourth) Chartered Institute of Loss Adjusters (CILA) survey with regards to the adequacy of Business Interruption (BI) cover, and refresh relevant recommendations in the BI report published by CILA, the IIL and the Chartered Insturance Instutute (CII) in October 2012.
The Information Commissioner calls »
In this Insurance Institute of London (IIL) London Market lecture Mark Gleeson explained how the Information Commissioner approaches the investigation and resolution of data breaches.
The Future of Commercial Insurance Broking »
Commercial insurance brokers will need to have evolved into real business advisors for their SME customers by 2027 or face extinction, warns a new report from the Chartered Insurance Institute (CII)'s Insurance Broking Faculty.
April 2017 renewals commentary and a review of the financial performance of the reinsurance market »
In this Insurance Institute of London (IIL) reinsurance lecture James Vickers talked about the financial performance of the global reinsurance market in 2016.
A perspective from Europe on Brexit »
In this Insurance Institute of London (IIL) reinsurance lecture Dr Michael Menhart talked about the Brexit process from a European perspective. In his presentation, Michael outlined the internal and external political challenges, economic impact, key issues, the potential outcomes and their implications for the UK and the EU.
Technology + data = new markets for insurers »
In this Insurance Institute of London (IIL) London Market lecture Russell Higginbotham and Leigh Calton discussed how technology is advancing rapidly in the workplace, in the home and around the person and as a consequence so are the new forms of data that are available.
Will planning in the era of the residence nil rate band »
As surely everybody knows by now, for deaths occurring after 5 April 2017 an additional IHT allowance is available in respect of a residence which the testator owns or has owned in the past. This is called the "residence nil rate band" (RNRB) and is given by an increase in the standard nil rate band available to the individual. Although the RNRB has also been referred to as the "main" residence nil rate band, this is incorrect. For a property to qualify under the RNRB legislation, it is sufficient for the property to have been a residence (i.e. not necessarily a main residence) of the deceased at some point.
Rewards without all of the risks »
Investors seem to be a little less convinced about reflation trades now than they did at the turn of the year. Back then the rise in inflation (which would spike if Trump's fiscal stimuli came through), prompting investors to sell bonds and buy equities, was the single big issue that framed any conversations between brokers, investors and traders.
CII and IFC join forces to tackle insurance gap for women globally »
The Chartered Insurance Institute (CII) and IFC (International Finance Corporation), a member of the World Bank Group, have signed a memorandum of understanding, joining forces to tackle the protection gap faced by women, increase their knowledge of risk and access to insurance.
Unmanned ships and their international regulation »
The purpose of this Insurance Institute of London (IIL) marine & energy lecture by Robert Veal was firstly, to understand how unmanned ships will integrate into the existing international regulatory framework for shipping; and secondly, to the extent that unmanned ships fall within the framework, consider the extent to which they can comply with its implications.

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