As the current situation in Ukraine develops, the Chartered Insurance Institute (CII) will continue providing support to members about areas that may impact their business and customers (including sanctions, political risks and cyber incidents).
“The Chartered Insurance Institute (CII) stands united with the people of Ukraine who are facing violence, upheaval and the trauma of war.
We are committed to delivering learning, insight and good practice guidance to help professionals explain how the Russian invasion of Ukraine will impact their customers and clients, and explore ways to mitigate cyber and political risk.
This support can be found here on our website, along with information about ways the profession can ensure critical humanitarian assistance is available to those who need it in the Ukraine.”
Jonathan Clark – Interim CEO, Chartered Insurance Institute
As the conflict continues we are deeply struck by the unfolding humanitarian crisis and firms from across the sector have already made pledges of support.
The UK Disaster's Emergency Committee has launched an emergency appeal to help those impacted by the conflict. Fifteen UK aid agencies - including the British Red Cross, Oxfam and Save the Children - are part of the appeal and the Government has committed to match fund donations up to £20 million.
The CII has suspended operations relating to Russia and is complying with sanctions imposed by the UK Government and others.
Guidance for members supporting their clients and customers
To help our members and customers, we have pulled together relevant content and guidance on key areas that might be affected, which you can search through below.