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The Sharing Economy explained »
In this CII Faculty video Ditte Lysgaard Vind, chief executive officer of The Circular Way talks through the sharing economy, how the different models work and some of the implcations for insurance.
An introduction to Portfolio Management »
This Faculty video looks at Portfolio Management, providing a useful definition of what it is, a process you could follow, an example of it being used in practice and where you can continue to develop your understanding. The video is presented by Paul Jewell ACII Underwriting Faculty board member and executive director, Primary Group.
Autumn statement 2016 »
This summary has been prepared very rapidly by Taxbriefs and is for general information only. It is recommended to seek competent professional advice before taking or refraining from taking action on the basis of the contents of this publication. The guide represents the authors understanding of the law and HM Revenue & Customs practice as at 23rd November 2016, which are subject to change. Quick links Highlights » Introduction » Economic background » Savings and pensions » Personal taxation » Business taxes » Welfare » Tax avoidance, evasion and compliance » Main income tax allowances and rates » Income tax rates and bands » National Insurance Contributions »
The CII responds to the Autumn Statement 2016 »
The CII responds to the Chancellor's Insurance Premium Tax increase announcement
CII Briefing: Navigating Brexit »
An update to CII members on the Government's approach to negotiations to leave the EU, as well as an introduction to some of the risks and priorities for the insurance sector and wider financial services. 
Critical illness insurance »
This factfile was last updated by Andy Couchman in November 2016.
General insurance pricing (I) »
This fact file covers the basic concepts and techniques of the pricing process in general insurance. For specialist pricing and advanced techniques, please refer to the fact file General insurance pricing (II): specialist pricing and advanced techniques. 
General insurance pricing (II) »
This fact file covers specialist General Insurance pricing and advanced techniques, looking specifically at those situations where the standard experience rating techniques are not fully applicable. It also covers the issue of structuring a policy in a way which is optimal from the client's point of view.
War risks and terrorism insurance »
This fact file explores the cover offered by standard terrorism insurance wordings which are offered by the London insurance market. It was last updated by Hermes Marangos and Sean Redden in August 2016.
Legal update on claims October 2016 »
The latest update on legal developments impacting insurance from the Forum of Insurance Lawyers.
Blockchain explained »
This half hour faculty video provides an introduction to Blockchain and looks at the key features of the technology and highlighting generic and insurance specific examples of what it could be used for.
CII New Generation Group 2017 launched »
Over forty future insurance leaders are beginning their training as part of the Chartered Insurance Institute's (CII) flagship talent programme: the New Generation Group. The 2017 class come from across the profession and the UK, with representatives from the likes of Aviva, Allianz, Markerstudy, Marsh, the Motor Insurers Bureau (MIB) and Zurich, among others. 
Principles and trends in general insurance underwriting »
This fact file was last updated by Massimo Vascotto in September 2016.
Claims: the dawning of a new era? »
Insurers and claims management companies will soon be regulated on equal conduct terms. This should trigger changes in how each engages with the other. The FCA's focus on claims and compensation could result in a re-examination of claims practices by insurers. If significant improvements can be made, might this make CMCs largely redundant?
Insurance requirements in construction contracts »
This factfile was last updated by the author in August 2016. Construction is a complex business. The risks are numerous and varied. Risk may be due to the human factor (for example, workmanship, design failure or the construction process itself), the environment and the close proximity of different firms' employees on site. Risks may result in direct loss or damage including various legal liabilities from design stage through to handover and various consequential loss exposures and consequential loss.

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