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Research | 06 Jun 2014
Cicero, in association with the Chartered Insurance Institute, has produced a report examining the big political trends facing the financial sector ahead of the next General Election.
Research | 04 Jun 2014
The Queen's Speech 2014 set out the government's proposed legislative programme for the year in the run up to the next General Election - covering 11 new pieces of legislation. Ministers are calling this a "pro-work, pro-business and pro-aspiration" programme. Key areas of reform include pe...
Syllabuses | 01 Jun 2014
CII syllabus for IF2 General insurance business 2013-14
27 May 2014
This is the first in a series of articles which look at the reduction of a chargeable event gain to give credit for a period of ownership during which an individual (generally the policyholder) is non-UK resident.  The relief is not available for policies owned by a company. With a pol...
Market data | 01 May 2014
Top 50 UK insurance brokers by brokerage International Top five non-life insurance companies internationally by revenue Top five reinsurers worldwide ranked by 2012 net premiums written Top five insurance brokers internationally by brokerage
Technical articles | 24 Apr 2014
Whilst the attitude of successive Governments to trusts in general - and discretionary trusts in particular - has not been favourable (if not downright hostile) the recent announcement on further improvements to the trusts for the vulnerable regime show that it sees trusts with vulnerable b...
24 Apr 2014
Whilst the attitude of successive Governments to trusts in general - and discretionary trusts in particular - has not been favourable (if not downright hostile) the recent announcement on further improvements to the trusts for the vulnerable regime show that it sees trusts with vulnerable b...
Research | 01 Apr 2014
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has published its Risk Outlook and Business Plan 2014-2015. 
02 Jan 2014
The last time we looked at the subject of trusts and tax avoidance was in March 2013.  At that time we were anticipating the introduction of the general anti-avoidance regulations - in the event we got the General Anti-Abuse Rule (GAAR). The GAAR legislation defines what are, for its p...
 

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