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In a turbulent year that has seen industry bosses called out as racist and sexist, Chartered Insurance Institute CEO Sian Fisher considers how the sector has performed when it comes to improving diversity and inclusion.
CII survey highlights there is more for the industry to do to tackle the loyalty penalty.
Firm described the award as the “gold standard” for insurance brokers.
Decision comes after nearly 40 years with the firm.
Insurers have promised to provide flexible working for staff and pledged to be inclusive about customers' financial lives.
Former Lloyd's CEO, Inga Beale, called on brokers to examine policy wordings for gender bias.
The executive chairman of the Una Alliance told conference attendees that they need to ensure they understand changing buying decisions and new types of consumer.
The document has been developed to help brokers recommend the right cyber cover for their clients.
Decision follows the body’s move from Aldermanbury and money raised will be donated to charity.
The body has challenged brokers and insurers and financial advisers to speak to at least ten women about how they can improve their financial situation in Talk Money Week.
Group formed amid ongoing issues with capacity in the construction market.
Society will release several good practice guides in upcoming months, covering topics such as vulnerable customers.
Organisation has committed to specific principles involving mental health such as talking about mental health and well being at board meetings at least twice per annum.
Liz Foster of the CII’s Society of Insurance Broking explores how broker tech can be an enabler of change.
The MSc in Insurance and Sustainable Risk can now be completed from anywhere in the world.
Anyone can sign up to the free four-week long online course and the body has developed an e-mentoring programme for members.
Wiser Academy CEO welcomes feedback and says changes will be implemented by the end of this month.
Fair treatment of vulnerable customers will continue to be at the top of the agenda for the CII-led society according to its NED, Liz Foster.
Organisation says it received proceeds of £21.0m from the sale of the Aldermanbury building.
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Organisation references Grenfell Tower tragedy as it unveils advice to brokers, including to identify which materials and dangerous substances are used in the building process.
Insurance Cares: CEO Keith Richards reminds the market that understanding vulnerability is a long learning process.