A recent survey from the Chartered Insurance Institute (CII) has revealed that its members believe the quality of talent entering the insurance industry is now at an all-time low.
Just 8% said they believed new entrants were “very well” equipped in terms of basic literacy and numeracy, and only 49% of members agreed with the idea that “education serves financial services well”, down from 54% in the 2011 survey.
Speaking to industry figures however paints a different picture. Nick Stubbs, head of
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