CII launches new code of ethics

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The Chartered Insurance Institute (CII) has launched a new code of ethics.

The ‘Digital ethics companion’ has been designed to support the existing CII code of ethics. It aims to guide insurance professionals through their responsibilities in the digital age.

Sian Fisher, chief executive officer of the CII, outlined the need for additional guidance: “A clear and consistent ethical approach becomes ever more important as elements of our service are increasingly delivered digitally.”


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