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Spring statement 2018

14 March 2018
Contents Introduction » Economic update » Consultations and other papers  » 2018/19 changes already announced » 2018/19 tax data »

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CII member economic outlook and Brexit survey results

02 March 2018
Results from the annual CII member economic and Brexit temperature check

CII urges publication of Brexit financial services position paper as insurance profession splits over future UK-EU regulatory relationship

02 March 2018
CII members are split down the middle over the desired UK-EU future regulatory relationship with the EU post-Brexit. This division is set a ...

Chartered Insurance Institute to transform Faculties into Societies

21 December 2017
The Chartered Insurance Institute (CII)’s Faculties in Underwriting, Claims, Broking, Life & Pensions and Learning & Development wil ...

Autumn Budget – 22 November 2017

30 November 2017
@ Copyright 22 November 2017. All rights reserved. This summary has been prepared very rapidly and is for general information only. The prop ...

Vulnerable customers and insurance »
In this half hour CPD video we talk through the findings of the CII New Generation Group research into insurance and vulnerable customers, including a look at best practice from other sectors and details of the group's seven key recommendations that insurers and brokers should consider when developing their own strategies across claims, underwriting and broking.
Chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear »
In this Insurance Institute of London (IIL) lecture Stephen Coates and Stephen Johnson examined how Pool Re were working with academia to understand perils not commonly insured in the property market. The speakers considered how these perils differ from conventional loss drivers and how they might be modelled and quantified.
Autumn Budget 2017 - at a glance »
An 'at a glance' briefing for CII members following the Autumn Budget.
Cyber and technology »
In this Insurance Institute of London (IIL) reinsurance lecture Sir John Scarlett offered his view on what were the main cyber & technology issues insurers should be thinking about.
Access to insurance & long-term medical conditions »
At least 15 million people in the UK are currently living with at least one long-term health condition, expected to rise to 18 million within ten years.
The Enterprise Act and the late payment of claims »
In this half hour video we look in detail at Chapter 12 of the Enterprise Act which relates to the contentious issue of the late payment of claims and damages. The legislation within the chapter is in effect an addendum to the Insurance Act and covers not only property claims but includes liability - building, plant, stock, business interruption and fraud.
Legal developments impacting claims October 2017 »
A round up of legal developments in claims produced for the Claims Faculty by the Forum of Insurance Lawyers.
Inspirational Women in Risk »
This joint publication by the Chartered Insurance Institute and the Insurance Supper Club showcases a variety of women operating across the insurance sector. The women featured in this book show how age, race, gender or sexual orientation do not prohibit success in the profession and that opportunities exist whatever peoples background and interests.
Terrorism: responding to an era of turmoil »
In this half hour Underwriting Faculty video seminar, Julian Enoizi, CEO of Pool Re talks about the role of Pool Re now and in the future and the coverage gaps that have emerged as a result of changing threats, including the shift in focus of terrorists from property damage to creating maximum fear and panic. He talks through new and potential reinsurance and insurance solutions, the need for appropriately priced cover for smaller businesses, relevant commission for brokers and other issues such as the differentiation of compensation in the case of those hit by a vehicle who are covered by the Road Traffic Act and the Motor Insurers' Bureau compared to that available to victims of violent attack under the civil injuries compensation scheme.
PRA consultation on diversity »
The PRA has proposed that all Solvency II firms should produce a diversity policy, to improve decision-making at board level, and wants comments by 22 Sep 2017.
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