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Society of Claims Professionals prepares for new normal

12 January 2021
The Society of Claims Professionals (SoCP) has revealed plans for how it will assist members both individually and collectively get used to the new normal of working in 2021.

Brexit: Implications for General Insurance [January 2020 Update]

05 January 2021
The UK has formally left the European Union and has signed a trade deal with the EU.

A Continent Of Promise

03 November 2020
A Continent Of Promise is the latest publication in the CII’s groundbreaking A World Of series, and comes fast on the heels of A World Of Pr ...

Update on Insurance Societies and Local Institutes

14 October 2020
The Insurance Societies and networks have continued to support our members during a challenging time. With restrictions continuing, our sect ...

Brexit: Implications for General Insurance [UPDATED]

07 October 2020
The UK has formally left the European Union. The withdrawal period, in which the UK is still participating in the EU single market, will end ...

The FCA business interruption test case – five things you might have missed »
The judgment will, of course, have significant ramifications for insurers who are exposed to business interruption (BI) claims arising out of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Insurance and Financial Services All-Party Parliamentary Group response to the business interruption test case »
Craig Tracey MP, Chair of the Insurance and Financial Services All-Party Parliamentary Group (IFSAPPG) responds to the test case judgment.
Business interruption insurance: What can we do right now? »
This month, we are waiting for the High Court’s ruling on the test case for business interruption insurance. Whatever the outcome of the case, insurance firms will be asking if there is anything they can do differently to reduce the risk of this kind of legal confrontation in future.
UK FCA business interruption test case overview »
On 1 May 2020 the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) issued a statement of intention to seek a court declaration to resolve contractual uncertainty arising out of business interruption claims arising out of COVID-19. The FCA sought initial information about policy wordings from 56 UK insurers.
How to avoid investment scams »
The UK Industry regulator FCA, Financial Conduct Authority, is urging individuals to be ‘ScamSmart’ especially in the covid-19 virus outbreak period.
Business interruption – a summary of coverage »
A collection of published resources on business interruption across the Chartered Insurance Institute.
SIB turns two »
The Society of Insurance Broking (SIB) marks its second anniversary.
New FCA guidance on vulnerable customers »
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) announce new guidance for firms on the fair treatment of vulnerable customers.
Life under lockdown - Board members working from home »
Society of Claims Professionals' Board member Karl Parr shares his thoughts and experiences of working from home during the lockdown.
Care sector and COVID-19 changes for advisers »
Advisers' relationships with their clients are changing, and as a professional body the Chartered Insurance Institute is taking the necessary steps to support the sector.
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