DOWN TO BUSINESS
The new Lord Mayor of the City of London looks beyond the pomp and ceremony to the job in hand
ON THE PULSE
Lawrence Finkle analyses the results of the CII’s latest economic survey
CALL TO ACTION
A new report from IWF highlights the overwhelming deficit in British women’s financial resilience
Cambridge celebrated the success of its members at the Institute’s annual dinner in December, in the opulent surroundings of Kings College, Cambridge.
The Insurance Institute of Bristol is delighted to announce the launch of its new Young Professionals Group.
The Insurance and Actuarial Society of Glasgow’s annual black-tie dinner took place on Friday 24 November.
The Insurance Institute of Ipswich, Suffolk & North Essex celebrated the success of its students in the 2017 CII examinations during a special lunchtime lecture in February.
Time for change?
For the past 100 years or so, the shareholder has been king but now there are signs of change, with ever-growing emphasis on the wider stakeholder. So what are the implications for the business of insurance?
Debbie Mawer discusses how listening to staff criticism and learning from feedback can help your business to grow stronger.
The danger increases
Liz Booth examines two recent incidents that have raised the stakes on cybersecurity.
Andrew Bailey, chief executive of the UK Financial Conduct Authority (FCA), has given a speech on Brexit at the Future of the City dinner in London.