The concept of Chartered professionalism traces its roots back
many centuries, to the years following the Norman invasion in 1066.
That's some track record. And in the 21st century, Chartered is
more relevant than ever in terms of winning and securing public
Across the professional landscape, from accountants to civil
engineers, and of course through to insurance brokers, insurers,
insurance practitioners and financial planners, Chartered status
stands proud as an indicator of the highest standards of learning
and ethical behaviour.
Increasingly, consumers - who have grown weary and sceptical
following years of financial scandal and falling standards in
commercial and retail life - are actively seeking out Chartered
As a Chartered body of more than a century's standing the CII
grants Chartered titles to individuals and organisations which meet
strict qualifying criteria.
The value of these is evident as ever greater numbers of
insurance and financial services professionals strive to reach what
is regarded as the pinnacle of our profession. By the end of 2015
over 22,000 individuals and almost 900 firms had met the stringent
requirements and pledged to uphold the standards expected of
Via the following links you will find full details on the CII's
various Chartered titles.