New head for CII's professional standard board »
David McIntosh, a senior partner at Davies Arnold Cooper, is to become the next chairman of the Professional Standards Board (PSB) the Chartered Insurance Institute has announced.
Tenet chairman joins CII Faculty of Life and Pensions board »
Barry Kayes, chairman of the Tenet Group, the largest independently owned adviser support group in the UK, is the latest key industry leader to join the Chartered Insurance Institute's (CII) Faculty of Life and Pensions Advisory Board.
Chartered Insurance Institute to evolve its corporate governance »
A new approach to the corporate governance of the Chartered Insurance Institute is being proposed which will reflect best practice in the 21st Century, strengthen accountability and increase membership engagement. The CII Council approved the principle of the review proposals at its meeting on July 19, 2006.
Chartered Insurance Institute elects new officers »
The CII elected its new line-up of officers for the 2006-2007 Institute year at the Annual General Meeting held in London on 19 July 2006. The elections take effect from the hand over of Presidential Office at the UK Insurance and Financial Services conference on 5 October 2006.
Gloucestershire man wins top UK insurance award »
An SJP employee has received a prestigious award from the Chartered Institute Insurance at their annual award ceremony.
CII & Multiassistance develop unique insurance training for property surveyors »
UK subsidiary of Europe's leading domestic property repair organisation, Multiassistance has teamed up with the CII to create a bespoke learning solution for property surveyors; the first such CII programme in the sector.
New designation to aid career progression »
The CII's Life and Pensions Faculty has embarked on a campaign to establish a new membership designation for the sector to promote the career opportunities available in the sector - Cert CII (Life and Pensions).
CII appoints GI Development Director »
The Chartered Insurance Institute has appointed Norrie Erwin ACII, Chartered Insurer as its new business development director for the general insurance sector.
Pensions tax simplification - April 2006 »
On 6 April 2006, a new tax regime was applied to all pension schemes. The old system with its several different sets of rules applicable to different schemes was replaced with one unified approach. Pensions professionals need to be aware of some key issues.
Nick Prettejohn joins Faculty of Life & Pensions Board »
Nick Prettejohn, Chief Executive Prudential Assurance, UK & Europe, is to join the Advisory Board of its recently formed Faculty of Life and Pensions.
IHT conference outstanding success »
The Personal Finance Society has completed two of its series of conferences designed to enable members to be fully briefed about the latest budget related IHT changes.
Motoring Masterclasses »
As part of the Faculty of Insurance Broking's educational programme, the second series of Motor masterclasses will be presented in Bristol, Croydon and Gateshead, by leading motor insurance specialist Roy Rodger.
Faculty to identify optimum claims operation »
A strategic, high-level, thought leadership research project is to be undertaken by the CII Faculty of Claims which will lead to a report on the future positioning of claims in the UK general insurance sector.
American Managing Agents Association adopts London tests »
The American Association of Managing General Agents (AAMGA) has adopted the new Lloyd's and London Market Introductory Test following a ground breaking licence agreement with the Chartered Insurance Institute.
CII seeks life and pensions future leaders »
The Chartered Insurance Institute's Faculty of Life and Pensions is to launch a Future Leaders Programme to support the retention of talent and the development of tomorrow's leaders.