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Policy and Public Affairs

Drawdown reviews: providing valuable at-retirement services to customers

25 November 2014
This thinkpiece looks at the current requirements for drawdown reviews and provides insight into how a robust and future-proof process can be developed. It also provides some relevant support material that wil ...

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An interview with Caroline Wayman, Chief Ombudsman

24 November 2014
In this 20 minute video interview, Caroline Wayman, chief executive & chief ombudsman at the Financial Ombudsman Service talks to Ant G ...

Public Interest Awards 2015 shortlist published

19 November 2014
The Chartered Insurance Institute has announced the shortlist for the second annual CII Public Interest Awards, and would like to congratul ...

Ethical culture: changing the story – reasons to believe

06 November 2014
As part of its continuing series of ethical guidance, the CII has produced a further guidance paper called - 'Changing the story - Reasons ...

CII Skills Survey 2014

29 October 2014
The Chartered Insurance Institute has published its annual general insurance skills survey. The 2014 edition marks the eighth running ...

CII report: Bridging the gap. Student attitudes towards careers and insurance »
The CII has produced a report into student attitudes towards their future career prospects and their view of the insurance sector.
CII Public Affairs Update Autumn 2014 edition »
The CII's Public Affairs Updates contain news from Westminster and Whitehall, Europe and the regulator. This edition covers news from the political party conference season, the Taxation of Pensions Bill and the latest on general insurance.
Guaranteed guidance for retirement »
A report summarising a comprehensive research study to gauge consumer views towards the Government's guaranteed guidance (GG) proposals for retirement.
FCA consultation: retirement reforms and guaranteed guidance »
The CII group's response to the FCA's consultation on retirement reforms and the guaranteed guidance (GG).
HM Treasury consultation: EU Mortgage Credit Directive »
Following the passing of the EU Mortgage Credit Directive in February, the UK Government is now in the process of implementing this into UK mortgage regulation, and HM Treasury has just published a consultation paper to do this.
CII-NMG guaranteed guidance project »
Provides a full technical appendix with all findings for the CII's Guaranteed Guidance research project in association with Nick Hurman and NMG Consulting. The main report is also available.
FCA guidance consultation on investment advice boundaries »
On 14 July the FCA issued a guidance consultation which seeks to clarify the boundaries between what is and what is not a personal recommendation in the investment market.
Pension Schemes Bill 2014 »
The Pensions Schemes Bill currently progressing through Parliament aims to make greater risk sharing between employers, individual members and third parties easier. It is intended to encourage and enable "shared risk" pension schemes and "collective benefits".
FCA market study: general insurance add-ons »
The FCA has published its final report on its general insurance add-ons market study. The report finds that the add-on mechanism has a clear impact on consumer behaviour and often affects consumers' decision-making, often providing a structural point of sale advantage. 
Insurance contract law reform: business insurance disclosure, warranties and insurer remedies »
As part of their ongoing review of insurance contract law, the Law Commissions have made recommendations on business customers' duty to provide pre-contract information to their insurer and the actions insurers can take if the policyholder breeches the warranty. Most of these recommendations have been included in the Insurance Bill which was laid before Parliament on 17 July. 
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