The Underwriter of the Future »
Joint report from Chartered Insurance Institute and Oliver Wyman in 2012 explored the outlook for the commercial market to 2022 and remains to this day one of our most-cited and most debated reports.
Transforming our Faculties into Societies »
The Chartered Insurance Institute Faculties in Underwriting, Claims, Broking, Life & Pensions and Learning & Development will be evolved and relaunched as individual professional Societies as part of a wider engagement strategy.
Autumn Budget summary – November 2017 »
This summary has been prepared very rapidly and is for general information only. The proposals are in any event subject to amendment before the Finance Act. You are recommended to seek competent professional advice before taking any action on the basis of the contents of this publication.
Vulnerable customers and insurance »
In this 30 minute CPD video we talk through the findings of our 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 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 Chartered Insurance Institute members following the 2017 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 »
As the importance of having insurance in our daily lives increases, so too does the importance of giving people access to it. However, despite advances in technology, there is a growing group in society who are being left behind and therefore marginalised. This is especially the case for people with certain long-term medical conditions.
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.