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Policy and Public Affairs

Governance, risk and compliance

16 October 2017
The text available here is an extract of the report "Governance, risk and compliance - the UK insurance industry. Timetric, October 2017". It discusses the regulatory trends for segments and categories in the U ...

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GDPR resource hub

13 October 2017
A hub of materials to make sense of the new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).

PRA consultation on diversity

06 September 2017
The PRA has proposed that all Solvency II firms should produce a diversity policy, to improve decision-making at board level, and wants com ...

SMCR resource hub

21 August 2017
A page of materials to make sense of the Senior Managers & Certification Regime (SMCR) that will soon underpin the regulation of importa ...

CII statement regarding today’s Queen’s Speech

21 June 2017
In light of today's Queen's Speech, the Chartered Insurance Institute welcomes the Government's commitment to a civil liability bill, which ...

General Election June 2017: the aftermath »
Short paper outlining how the outcome of the General Election is likely to impact on the Government's forthcoming legislative programme.   
FCA consultation CP17/7 on the transposition of the European Insurance Distribution Directive »
The Chartered Insurance Institute welcomes the transposition of the Insurance Distribution Directive (IDD), and looks forward to working with the FCA and Treasury in its implementation. We have been actively involved in discussions leading to the current professionalism provisions within the Insurance Distribution Directive (IDD) since before the European Commission first consulted on a possible proposal for a re-cast Insurance Mediation Directive in 2011.
IDD Resource Hub »
A hub of materials to make sense of the new Insurance Distribution Directive (IDD): the backbone of UK regulation governing the distribution of all insurance products.
Insurance Distribution Directive (IDD) »
Briefing summarising the FCA implementation of the Insurance Distribution Directive including professionalism requirements.
Pensions independent governance committees: perceptions of value »
Summary of extensive research into the new Independent Governance Committees set up by defined-contribution pension providers.
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.
FCA Business Plan 2017-18, Risk Outlook and Mission »
The FCA Business Plan sets out potential risks and priorities for the year. Technology figures strongly on the regulator's list of areas to watch for.
FCA Business Plan 2017-18, Risk Outlook and Future Mission »
The FCA Business Plan sets out potential risks and priorities for the year. Technology figures strongly on the regulator's list of areas to watch for.
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.
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