CII CEO Sian Fisher to step down in March after six-year term

'I made a commitment to modernise the organisation'

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CII CEO Sian Fisher to step down in March after six-year term

Chartered Insurance Institute (CII) chief executive Sian Fisher will depart the post next year after a six year stretch at the professional body.

Fisher was appointed chief exectuive in 2016 and will complete her six-moth notice period, before departing on 31 March 2022. During her tenure at the CII, Fisher was responsible for the modernisation of the organisation, which included the delivery of a new manifesto, CII strategy, IT transformation and a culture change programme. Fisher said: "When I joined the CII in 2016, I made a commitment to modernise the organisation during my five-year term, to make sure it was ‘fit for the...

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