Update from the Society of Insurance Broking's advisory board
31 March 2020
31 March 2020
Chair of the Society of Insurance Broking, Kevin Hancock, highlights the importance of and commitment from the Society to its members.
The Society of Insurance Broking is committed to raising professional standards and exists to help to educate, inform and support our members leading to better customer outcomes. In these times of disruption to the economy, businesses and life at large, there is focus on the insurance broking profession and the industry as a whole. By continuing to work with key industry stakeholders (including the FCA, BIBA, and the ABI), we are working hard to redouble our efforts to keep everyone up to date with the daily developments affecting the community, many of whom are our clients.
In order to uphold our core values of Standards, Professionalism and Trust, I would urge everyone to stay abreast of everything that is going on at present, continue to improve your knowledge and skills so that we can offer our clients the best possible help and guidance throughout this outbreak and, hopefully, the subsequent economic recovery. We should still aim to deliver great advice for our clients and help them, as best we can, so that the public will increasingly have long-standing trust in the broking profession.
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