How to avoid the automatic pitfalls in auto enrolment »
This lecture considers the impact of automatic enrolment on 'UK
plc'; the implications for the provider market; potential pitfalls
for employers in identifying eligible jobholders; assessing
contribution costs and managing the processes.
CII General Insurance Skills Survey 2012 »
Skills and talent are burning issues for businesses of all
shapes and sizes, across all sections of the economy. Insurance is
no different in that respect. Each year we survey our members in
order to paint a picture of the skills situation within general
insurance. This is the sixth year we have run the survey. Over 2300
members representing general insurance responded to this year's
The future of the euro »
The future of the monetary union will be decisive for Europe's
economic and political development.
Auto-enrolment and the pensions revolution »
Steve Webb challenges the industry to create good value products
that provide more certainty and clarity for people about what their
pension income might be.
FSA guidance consultation on financial incentives »
On 5 September, the FSA published a guidance consultation on
financial incentives, including the results of a thematic review
into incentives across the industry. This briefing summarises the
key points made by the consultation paper.
Standards - professionalism - trust: the Personal Finance Society »
The Chartered Insurance Institute has a long and distinguished
history and this year is particularly special as it marks the
cenenary of its Charter.
EIOPA – Building a European supervisory culture »
The importance of the new super regulator, the European
Insurance and Occupational Pensions Authority (EIOPA), is not
widely understood in the UK. Gabriel Bernardino, Chairman,
EIOPA, gives his view of what is involved in building a European
Insurance regulatory developments in the EU »
In light of the ongoing financial crisis, the European
Commission's focus has moved toward consumer protection.
Professor Karel van Hulle, Head of the Insurance and Pensions
Unit at the European Commission, explains why consumer protection
is important and its link to financial stability.
BI definitions (findings of Research Study) »
Lack of clarity in business interruption insurance contracts is
a problem. There can be big differences between the technical
meanings of words in a policy and how they are used in everyday
business. Damian Glynn, co-author of a new study, explains
that there are parts of standard BI policies that even the
professionals have never agreed about! It follows that it is hardly
fair to expect customers to have the right answers.
Financial promotions and the new media »
Financial promotions and the new media delivered on 2nd February
2012 by Adam Samuel (Consultant, Author & Trainer)
Challenges and opportunities; a long term vision for the UK Insurance Industry »
Challenges and opportunities; a long term vision for the UK
Insurance Industry delivered on 10 January 2012 by Mark Hoban MP
(Financial Secretary to the Treasury). Please also see below a link
to a CII Thinkpiece we have also published by Mr Hoban.
Will the last one out please turn off the lights »
Will the last one out please turn off the lights delivered on 5
January 2012 by Mark Neale (CEO, Financial Services Compensation
De-risking: warts and all »
De-risking: warts and all delivered on 9 November 2011 by Con
Keating (Head of Research, Brighton Rock Group)
Will Risk Managers ever make it to the board? »
Will risk managers ever make it to the board? delivered on 20
October 2011 by John Hurrell (CEO, AIRMIC)
CAT adjusting in Chile »
CAT adjusting in Chile delivered on 17 October 2011 by Bev
FitzGerald BA, FCILA, FUEDI ELAE (MD, FitzGerald Consulting)