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Syllabuses | 01 Jun 2013
CII syllabus for IF2 General insurance business 2012-13
Research | 01 Feb 2012
The paper serves as a starting point to a major research project we are undertaking to demonstrate that adopting higher professional standards in general insurance contributes to positive outcomes, not just for retail and commercial customers but also the sector's ability to attract and kee...
News items | 01 Nov 2011
This top line survey of consumers was conducted in October 2011, across the UK and looked at the following issues: Insurance holding: types of policies held/ providers held with Drivers of insurance holding Sources of advice/ information/ purchase The importance...
News items | 01 Mar 2011
The Association of British Insurers has appointed Otto Thoresen as its new Director General. Mr Thoresen will take up the role on April 4 and will be based in London. Mr Thoresen is currently Chief Executive of Aegon UK and a member of the Board of Management of AEGON N.V. He was appointed by...
Syllabuses | 01 Jun 2010
CII syllabus for IF2 General insurance business 2010
Technical articles | 01 Apr 2010
David Thomson examines how the recent financial crisis will help determine the result of the General Election.
Research | 01 Mar 2010
A Roundtable report on ethics from the General Insurance Faculties of the Chartered Insurance Institute.
Technical articles | 01 Mar 2010
With the general public as confused as ever about financial advice, Liz Booth reports on the effort to raise consumers' financial competence.  Knowing how to look after your money has never been more critical.  The UK may officially be out of recession but, for most people, times ...
News items | 01 Nov 2009
January: The FSA fines Aon £5.25m, its highest ever punishment for a financial crime, for not adequately safeguarding against bribery and corruption in its overseas dealings. The Bank of England reduces interest rates to 1.5%, the lowest in its history. Research by Aon Benfield suggests the Bern...
 

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