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The CII responds to the Autumn Statement 2016 »
The CII responds to the Chancellor's Insurance Premium Tax increase announcement
CII Briefing: Navigating Brexit »
An update to CII members on the Government's approach to negotiations to leave the EU, as well as an introduction to some of the risks and priorities for the insurance sector and wider financial services. 
Insurance Act Hub »
The Insurance Act takes effect from August 2016. This micro site provides members with access to some key information and materials from a variety of sources.
Budget March 2016 - a summary »
This was the third Budget within the space of 12 months. It threatened to be the most difficult of the trio because of constraints imposed by June's EU referendum and disappointing economic numbers. Nevertheless, the Chancellor managed to produce several surprises, including net taxcutsin 2017/18 and 2018/19 before reaching his often repeated goal of a budget surplus in 2019/20.
Ethical Culture: Developing a culture of responsibility in a regulated environment »
Ethical culture: Developing a culture of responsibility in an regulated environment, part of the CII ethical culture series, considers how financial services regulation impacts on the development of an ethical culture. It covers the introduction of the Senior Insurance Managers Regime and the Senior Managers & Certification Regime for banking. 
Big data and insurance: a conversation »
A report, in the form of a conversation, considers the impact of big data might have on the relationship between insurers and consumers.
Thinkpiece 118 - The road to autonomy: driverless cars and the implications for insurance »
In this Thinkpiece, Andrew Miller, Chief Technical Officer at Thatcham Research, considers driverless cars and the implications for insurance.
CII briefing: General Election 2015 »
This CII briefing provides an overview of the various party manifestos ahead of the General Election on 7 May.
CII skills manifesto 2015 »
Ahead of May's General Election, the CII has identified five policy issues that an incoming government will need to tackle if the UK is to develop and maintain the skills base required to compete on the global stage.
Changes to Corporate Chartered status explained »
As the Chartered Insurance Institute confirms changes to its Corporate Chartered titles , for both financial services and general insurance, Ant Gould talks to Steve Jenkins, the CII's director, financial services and insurance markets, about the reasons for the changes, the review process and what the key changes are.
Long life expectancies »
The aging population will have a range of needs in terms of wealth management, pensions, health and long-term care. Jason Hurley, FIA, will outline the opportunities that this will create for insurers and reinsurers.
CII Public Affairs Update Autumn 2014 edition »
The CII's Public Affairs Updates contain news from Westminster and Whitehall, Europe and the regulator. This edition covers news from the political party conference season, the Taxation of Pensions Bill and the latest on general insurance.
US Terrorism Risk Insurance Act (TRIA) »
First enacted in 2002, the Terrorism Risk Insurance Act (TRIA) assures federal assistance for insurance companies in the event of a massive terrorism attack. Rob Freeman provides insight on the background of TRIA, its current relevance, and the outlook for its reauthorisation.
European property market outlook »
Whilst the European economies have been turbulent, there are substantial investment opportunities in property. Andrew Allen, Director of Global Property Research at Aberdeen Asset Management, speaks regarding Aberdeen's approach to investing in Europe, presenting some major structural themes that Aberdeen believe can help deliver robust long-term returns.
Simple financial products »
Carol Sergeant, chair of the Simple Financial Products Review, argues the case for simple kite-marked products. Her presentation highlights how a significant proportion of the population do not make adequate provision for their financial needs. She argues that one of the factors for this is the complexity of products, jargon and process, which contributes to mis-buying and mis-selling risks for financial services firms.

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