The first steps to chartered broker status for firms


According to the Chartered Insurance Institute (CII), corporate Chartered status is an opportunity for brokers to reinforce their professional commitment to raising standards of knowledge, capability and ethical practice.

At the moment, there are fewer than 130 firms boasting chartered broker status, so this remains a distinguishing factor in a crowded sector.

But how exactly do firms go about becoming Chartered? And what steps need to be taken to instigate the process?

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