Chartered status is a symbol of technical competence and signifies a public commitment to professional standards.
There are five Chartered titles – four for those working in insurance and another for financial planners.
Setting you apart
Attaining Chartered status is challenging and takes commitment, but it is achievable. Once attained the status not only changes the way people respond to you, it places you amongst the top professionals within your field. Here’s how Chartered sets you apart:
- Differentiation – you will join a prestigious group of members at the forefront of the profession
- Specialised knowledge – you will develop your technical knowledge through study towards CII level 6 qualifications
- Acknowledged professionalism – Chartered status provides parity with other professions, reinforcing your credentials
- Chartered status is recognised and respected by consumers as a mark of trust
If you hold a CII Advanced Diploma then it's likely you already satisfy the requirements to become Chartered. Alternatively, if you hold other CII qualifications or examinations, or equivalent from other bodies, then you may already be on your way to achieving the Advanced Diploma and, in turn, Chartered status.
Qualifying criteria for Chartered Insurance Broker/Insurer/Insurance Practitioner/Insurance Risk Manager
- Hold the Advanced Diploma in Insurance/CII Fellowship
- Be a member of the Chartered Insurance Institute
- Have at least five years’ sector experience
To apply for Chartered Insurance Broker/insurer/Insurance Practitioner/Insurance Risk Manager please visit Individual Chartered - Join
To apply to become a Chartered Financial Planner please visit the Personal Finance Society.
Resources for Chartered members
Chartered members have access to a range of support services.