CII refreshes corporate Chartered proposition

Five priorities

Julian Marr
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"It is my ambition that Chartered status achieves parity of esteem with other chartered professions and this refreshed proposition will help us get there" - the CII's Sian Fisher
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"It is my ambition that Chartered status achieves parity of esteem with other chartered professions and this refreshed proposition will help us get there" - the CII's Sian Fisher

The updated proposition is due to go live on 1 July 2019

The Chartered Insurance Institute (CII) is to update its corporate Chartered proposition for the insurance and financial planning sector, with a view to supporting "a modern profession and the public". The professional body said the refreshed proposition, which has been re-designed following "extensive consultation" with practitioners, consumers and public bodies, was built around a joint public commitment to professional competence from both the CII and Chartered firms The updated proposition,...

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