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Technical articles | 01 Mar 2003
There is growing pressure on the government to include travel cover and extended warranties in the remit of the Financial Services Authority (FSA).  Full regulation, it is argued, is the only way to ensure consumer protection.  It was recently announced that general insurance woul...
Technical articles | 01 Mar 2003
Factors ranging from the internet to FSA compliance are conspiring to make life tough for independent brokers. But talk of their demise is wildly exaggerated, says Francis Higney.
Technical articles | 01 Dec 2002
News about the CII from December 2002
Lectures | 01 Nov 2002
Reform of the Third Parties (Rights Against Insurers) Act 1930. Lecture delivered by N H Stanbury FCA FCII FInstD (Insurance Consultant) on 28 November 2002.
Lectures | 21 Oct 2002
Is the insurance industry 'walking the talk'? Lecture delivered by Iain Watt on 21 October 2002.
Lectures | 06 Mar 2002
The changing dynamics of the insurance industry. Lecture delivered by Patrick Snowball (Chief Executive, NUI) on 06 March 2002.
Syllabuses | 01 Sep 2001
CII syllabus for P01 Insurance practice and regulation (2001)
Technical articles | 01 Sep 2001
When the Financial Services and Markets Act comes fully into force in November, the Financial Ombudsman Service (FOS) will officially assume control of how customer grievances are managed in the UK. Eight existing services are being amalgamated to create a single body, the intention being t...
Technical articles | 01 Mar 2001
On regulation, most insurers and brokers want a simple, cost-effective system and a level playing field, says John Sanders

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