Webinar: Diversity and inclusion within insurance - why it matters and how it can improve your business
Produced by the CII and Insurance Post, this webinar promotes diversity and inclusion across the insurance industry from brokers through to services providers. The panelists look at what can be done to break down barriers to make the sector more inclusive.
This short paper outlines how the outcome of the General Election is likely to impact on the Government's forthcoming legislative programme. Areas covered: Brexit; discount rate reform; whiplash injury reform; Vehicle Technology and Aviation Bill – autonomous vehicles.
Coming into force in January 2018, the Insurance Distribution Directive introduces a new requirement for those staff that sell, advise on and transact insurance contracts for all types of insurance customers. This policy briefing provides a summary of the FCA implementation of the IDD.
This report analyses the present state of the UK's SME commercial insurance broking market and looks forward ten years to how the market, and those working within it, will need to adapt and change to be both relevant and successful in 2027.
This report reviews the current insurance landscape in the event that large-scale hydraulic fracturing is rolled out across the UK. The report reviews the potential risks and associated perils which may arise from fracking activities and provides recommendations for the insurance industry.
In this consultation response, the CII provides feedback on the FCA’s review into funding of the Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS).
This report represents the thoughts and ideas of the members of the CII’s Underwriting Faculty New Generation Group who were challenged to identify a project of their own choosing that they felt could help drive change in the insurance profession for the ultimate good of customers.
Confidence in the UK economy in 2017 has dropped to the lowest levels since 2011: the greatest one-year fall for each index since records began. Download this edition of the CII Member Survey for more information on attitudes towards future economic prospects and the impact of Brexit.
Insurers and claims management companies will soon be regulated on equal conduct terms by the FCA. This CII Thinkpiece examines what the changes mean for CMCs, insurers’ claims management practices and customer outcomes.
Produced by POST Webinars in association with the CII, this final webinar in the series will discuss the Hong Kong insurance industry’s culture and how to develop or attract new talent from other professions.