FCA Thematic Review on General Insurance Appointed Representatives »
Following concerns highlighted in its latest Business Plan, the
Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has published the results of a
detailed thematic review into general insurance firms using the
Appointed Representatives regime.
Insurance Act Hub »
The Insurance Act takes effect from August 2016. This micro site
provides members with access to some key information and materials
from a variety of sources.
Disruptive influences 2.0: the FinTech revolution »
The second report published by the Chartered Insurance Institute
in association with Cicero Group on disruptive technology in
CII briefing: EU referendum result »
A briefing summarising what the EU referendum result means for
CII Briefing: Financial Technology (FinTech) »
A policy briefing reviewing emerging FinTech areas and
anticipating opportunities and challenges for our sector.
CII Briefing: Enterprise Act – Implications for Insurance »
A briefing summarising key features of the Enterprise Act
Cyber and the City »
A report on cyber risk 'Cyber and The City', published by
TheCityUK and Marsh argues that firms across the industry need to
take urgent action on cyber risk to ensure the UK continues to be a
secure base for the world's leading financial centre.
CII Public Affairs Update Issue 3 2016 »
The CII's Public Affairs updates contain news from
Westminster and Whitehall, Europe and the regulator. This issue
covers the Queen's Speech, the FCA's risk outlook and the latest on
View the briefing
CII Public Affairs Update Issue 2 2016
CII Public Affairs Update Issue 1 2016
CII Public Affairs Update Issue 6 2015
HM Treasury: public financial guidance »
The CII and PFS support the coordinated delivery of public
financial guidance. It must be accessible and inclusive, in keeping
with a wider national financial capability strategy, and be
underpinned by appropriate professional standards.
Culture in Financial Services - a regulator's perspective »
In his last speech as Chief Executive of the PRA given at the
City Week 2016 Conference before becoming CEO of the Financial
Conduct Authority (FCA) in July, Andrew Bailey explains why
organisational culture is of the upmost importance to both
prudential and conduct financial regulators.
Confidence in financial advice »
The trust and confidence of consumers who use financial advice
has increased by 40% since 2013, according to surveys conducted for
CII Policy Briefing: Bank of England and Financial Services Act 2016 »
The Act is separated into 2 parts: first, amendments to the
structures of the Bank of England; and secondly, a range of
legislative provisions for the UK regulatory framework.
Ethical culture: The challenge for insurance marketers »
CII guide on ethical culture and insurance marketing. This looks
at five issues in depth: product, information, price, distribution
Thinkpiece 126: The UK’s European Union Referendum June 2016 »
A Thinkpiece providing views from the opposing campaigns of the