The Aldermanbury Declaration - one year on: the debate


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The Panel talked in depth about whether the number of signatories and response had lived up to expectation; whether a professionalism dividend was feasible; what obstacles had been overcome, and where resistance remained; and how the insurance market intended to now promote the benefits of professionalism to the wider outside world.

The panel:

Barry Smith, past chair Insurance Professions Task Force, president of the Chartered Insurance Institute

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