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Life & Pensions

Professional advisers should not fear the pension reforms »
Pensions expert (now Pensions Minister) Dr Ros Altmann discusses the opportunity the pension reforms present to the advice sector be able to demonstrate, to consumers, the value of financial advice. The freedoms were designed to ensure all pension savers, whether their funds are large or small, have the same freedoms and flexibility. But the new rules do mean there are new risks that pension savers will need to understand and consider. 
Life insurance in China »
The text available here is an extract of the report "Life insurance in China, key trends and opportunities to 2018. Timetric, May 2015". It provides an outlook over the life insurance industry in China, with supporting statistics. 
The interview: Ciindy »
Ciindy- the face of the CII's MADE SIMPLE talks to The Journal about the Institute's new free insurance information service. 
Finding common ground »
A landmark meeting in London recently saw the heads of major insurance organisations gather round a table to discuss how the sector can work together to grow as a profession. Michelle Worvell heard what the had to say.
The age of the Chartered Professional »
Following completion of an independent review of the Chartered titles, a number of enhancements to the scheme are being introduced. The Journal reveals what's new.
Warming to the task »
The Insurance Fraud Taskforce has released its interim report, detailing where its focus will fall, as Jennifer Brough reports. 
Technology, big data »
Data protection is back in the headlines again after the UK Court of Appeal made a significant ruling paving the way for millions of claims, which could find their way to the insurance market. 
General Election 2015 »
This year's General Election is the most keenly contested in a generation, with host of outcomes still possible. The CII has produced a number of election related publications for members ahead of vote on 7 May.
CII briefing: General Election 2015 »
This CII briefing provides an overview of the various party manifestos ahead of the General Election on 7 May.
Private medical insurance in the UK »
The text available here is an extract of the report 'Private medical insurance in the UK, key trends and opportunities to 2017. ©Timetric. March 2014'. It provides an overview on the private medical insurance industry in the UK, with supporting statistics. 
Chancellor's pension reforms launched »
Following preparation since the announcement in Budget 2014, the Government's personal pensions tax freedoms and related reforms came into force on 6 April 2015.
CII skills manifesto 2015 »
Ahead of May's General Election, the CII has identified five policy issues that an incoming government will need to tackle if the UK is to develop and maintain the skills base required to compete on the global stage.
Changes to Corporate Chartered status explained »
As the Chartered Insurance Institute confirms changes to its Corporate Chartered titles , for both financial services and general insurance, Ant Gould talks to Steve Jenkins, the CII's director, financial services and insurance markets, about the reasons for the changes, the review process and what the key changes are.
Income protection and critical illness insurance in the UK »
The text available here is an extract of the report "Income protection and critical illness insurance in the UK, key trends and opportunities to 2018. Timetric. February, 2015". It provides an overview on the Income protection and critical illness insurance market in the UK, with supporting statistics:
The Journal February-March 2015 (full issue) »
The full issue of the Journal for February/March 2015. 



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