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Research | 16 May 2016
As part of our ethical guidance series, the CII has updated its guidance raising awareness of speaking up and whistleblowing.
Research | 12 Oct 2015
The CII's Public Affairs updates contain news from Westminster and Whitehall, Europe and the regulator. This issue covers a number of announcements by the PRA and FCA, whistleblowing rules and a wrap up of the political party conference season.  
Research | 21 Jan 2015
Cathy James, Chief Executive of the whistleblowing charity Public Concern at Work describes the all-too-familiar story of genuinely well-meaning employees getting ignored or even unfairly reprimanded by employers, and describes initiatives to address this.
Research | 31 Mar 2015
The CII's Public Affairs updates contain news from Westminster and Whitehall, Europe and the regulator. This issue covers the Senior Insurance Managers Regime, the FCA's Business Plan, proposals on GI-add ons, MIFID and Solvency II latest.    View the attached article »
Research | 26 Jul 2013
The Government has published its response to the Parliamentary Commission on Banking Standards, following the Commission's June report and recommendations.
01 Feb 2013
There are two other policies that are commonly found alongside an ethics policy in a larger financial planning firm. These are a business gifts and hospitality policy and a whistleblowing policy.
01 Feb 2013
Making arrangements within your firm for the reporting of ethical concerns can be done on two levels.
01 Feb 2013
The way in which a manager should respond to someone approaching them with an ethical concern should be clearly set out in the speaking up or whistleblowing policy.  Being transparent about the process in this way helps reassure employees about how their disclosure will be handled.
02 Nov 2011
We recognise that from time to time, our members may become concerned about something they see or hear at work. Some concerns could be relatively minor concerns about poor behaviour, while others might involve more serious concerns about wrongdoing.
 
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