Periodical Payment Orders explained »
Andrew Kerr provides an overview of the development and
implementation of Periodical Payment Orders, how they have
developed, how they operate in practice, the advantages and
disadvantages to both claimants and to compensators and a look at
what the future may hold.
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 need for a new wave approach to business resilience »
The Arab Spring, the Japan triple threat, the worst floods in
Thai history: all in less than 12 months. Unilever, one of the
world's largest consumer goods companies, weathered these and other
storms through traditional business continuity planning, but did
that approach save lives, protect assets and mitigate loss?
The role of trade associations with views on commission, disclosure and regulation »
In this lecture, Andy Homer describes the evolving role of trade
associations; their role in political lobbying; their
responsibility for educating members on ethical standards and for
developing a customer-centric approach.
Seven ways to banish stress, leverage revenue and create that 4-day working week »
Most service sectors - and particularly the world of financial
services and insurance - are under unprecedented pressure right
now. Hear about the most common problems and how to tackle
The climate of extremes – is severe weather getting worse? »
Hurricane Sandy has been claimed to be a result of man-made
climate change and supports the oft-repeated claim that extreme
weather events are becoming more frequent and more severe. This
lecture presents the facts that suggest there is no change.
Insurance: the next chapter for financial institutions »
This lecture provides an overview of trends affecting financial
institutions and looks at regulation, distribution, accumulation
management, emerging risks, people, and the balance of power and
considers ways to cope with the challenges.
AVN 67 What can you buy for $100 »
In this lecture, the speakers review the history of AVN 67,
starting with the historical background and why it was introduced,
through to the legal issues which arise in connection with its use
and finally, the negligent entrustment aspects.
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