The accreditation comes as several parts of the firm have rebranded as PIB Insurance Brokers.
The Bristol-based broker is the latest business to join the Chartered Insurance Institute scheme.
The ‘Chartered Insurance Underwriting Agent’ title is available to both individuals and businesses.
Firm described the award as the “gold standard” for insurance brokers.
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Proposition features five new elements and the priorities will be implemented from July 2019.
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CII’s Steve Jenkins says the professional body is committed to Chartered and wants it to gain momentum as it seeks to add D&I to entry criteria.
The number of members holding chartered titles slipped in 2017.
Broker boss Charles Foster hails “powerful endorsement”.
Two underwriting teams have already achieved the accolade.
Broker says chartered status endorses its professionalism.
Bristol-based broker says the award will reinforce high standards of professionalism.