Corporate Chartered changes from 2020
‘Moment of truth’
Former PFS president
Documents dating to 1669
To oversee professional standards
To improve access to protection
Aimed at advisers
Services such as nurse advice, second medical opinions and bereavement counselling all add something invaluable to protection, says RedArc MD
The Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) has issued a clarification that pay-outs from term life, critical and terminal illness insurance policies will not impact means-testing for Universal Credit.
Report reveals worrying insights into pension life journey for women
CII's Melissa Collett, Johnny Timpson of Scottish Widows and RedArc's Christine Husbands discuss meeting the needs of vulnerable customers with COVER editor
Christine Husbands, Melissa Collett and Johnny Timpson discuss meeting the care needs of vulnerable customers on Thursday 18 October
Series of three CPD-approved videos about group protection aimed at IFAs
It will run from 15 August to 24 September and address five areas
Research by Chartered Insurance Institute (CII) has found women are more indebted and less confident when managing money than men
An elusive concept
The Chartered Insurance Institute (CII) has appointed Melissa Collett as its new Professional Standards Director, leading its professional standards, ethics and conduct activity as a united profession.
The Chartered Insurance Institute (CII) set up Insuring Women's Futures to examine how the insurance industry interacts with women and women's risks. Fiona Murphy speaks to the CII's chief executive Sian Fisher at a launch event partnering with the HeForShe...
Sian Fisher ACII has been appointed as CEO of the Chartered Insurance Institute (CII).
PMI Health Group has been awarded a Gold rating from Investors in People, the employee healthcare risk management broker firm has announced.
Legal & General (L&G) has launched three CII accredited training videos to explain business protection to advisers.
Chartered insurance professionals are paid above 25% more than non-chartered practitioners, research by CII has found.
The standards advice firms must meet to call themselves Chartered are set to get much tougher, as the Chartered Insurance Institute (CII) embarks on a radical overhaul of the label.