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Political Risk & War

The state of the US

With the US entering a period of political change and uncertainty not seen in a generation, Jay Patel looks at the potential implications for the national insurance market...

CII member economic outlook and Brexit survey

This edition of the CII Member Survey indicates a significant fall in confidence at the end of 2016 among CII members, across all three key indicators measuring economic, business and employment prospects. Following growth in all indices, the yearly change in 2016 is the...

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Navigating Brexit

At the time of writing the High Court of Justice has ruled that the Government does not have the authority to pull the UK out of the EU without the authorisation of parliament. The ruling is of constitutional and political significance and has serious...

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Protection market review - August 2016

Income protection should cover pension contributions: Providers of income protection should allow additional cover for pension contributions, similar to the group income protection and executive income protection, adviser firm Drewberry has said...

  • The Chartered Insurance Institute / Article / 3 years ago
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UK's leading financial advisers vote to STAY in EU - but it's a very close run thing reveals The Personal Finance Society in new survey

A SNAP poll of UK financial advisers has revealed that the majority of advisers who responded to a survey on the stay/leave EU referendum (1) want to stay part of the European Union. The question - Considering the best interests of financial services and your clients...

  • The Chartered Insurance Institute / Article / 3 years ago
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EU, or not EU? But that’s not my Question.

Following lengthy negotiations in Europe, David Cameron has now returned to Britain with what he believes to be a deal upon which he can set out his case to remain within the EU. The British electorate will now be asked on 23rd June 2016 whether we wish to stay or leave the EU...