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Skills Survey »
The latest skills survey of the CII membership has come during a period of significant change for the industry.
One near-miss too many? Drones and other airspace users »
Drones are looking to become more common, but what are the implications for other airspace users such as commercial aviation? Captain Andy Brown of the British Airline Pilots Association offers a view from the people who will increasingly be sharing the sky with them.
Pensions tax relief: time for a TEE-brake »
The current tax treatment of pension saving - known as Exempt, Exempt, Taxed (EET) - has many attractive features and we should be cautious of radically overhauling it without good reason.
CII briefing: Financial Advice Market Review »
A briefing on the HM Treasury and FCA's Financial Advice Market Review.
CII Public Affairs Update Issue 5 2015 »
The CII's Public Affairs updates contain news from Westminster and Whitehall, Europe and the regulator. This issue covers a number of announcements by the PRA and FCA, whistleblowing rules and a wrap up of the political party conference season.  
Pension freedoms: the unfolding picture at six months »
The Chancellor's pension flexibilities came into force in April 2015, and the first six months have passed, revealing some issues about product availability, encashment rates, and access to professional advice.
FCA call for evidence on mortgage sector competition »
On 7 October 2015, the FCA published a Call for Inputs on competition in the mortgage market, providing an opportunity for those with an interest in the sector to help identify, in particular, potential areas where competition in the interests of consumers may not be working well and could be improved (or conversely if competition is working well).
The social value of insurance »
This series of papers considers the role of insurance in society, focusing in particular on the benefits it brings and risks it mitigates.
More power to apprenticeships »
The story of post-war Britain began with a generation of workers who were unlikely to have attended university. Rather, they learned their trades on the job. What they missed in the classroom, they made up for with experience. And in doing so, fuelled a period of transformational social mobility and economic growth unlike any we have witnessed since.
The IIL Journal 2015 »
The Insurance Institute of London Journal, 2015 edition. This issue contains the following news and articles:
Regulatory Radar »
The world of regulation and legislation is ever changing, so to help keep you up-to-date with developments, our Regulatory Radar covers the latest news from regulators and legislators, both in the UK and Europe.
Big data and insurance: a conversation »
A report, in the form of a conversation, considers the impact of big data might have on the relationship between insurers and consumers.
HM Treasury/FCA launch the financial advice market review »
On 3 August, the Treasury and FCA announced that they will be undertaking "a major new review looking at how financial advice could work better for consumers"
Taxation »
In the fight against corporation tax avoidance, we discuss how authorities are determined to close tax loopholes.
Personal Injury Trends September 2015 »
An analysis of recent personal injury claim trends 

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