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All Matters General Insurance, 27 March 2020

27 Mar 2020 – hosted by the Insurance Institute of London

All Matters General Insurance

  • Key GI initiatives from the FCA – distribution chain value assessment, harm indicators and the Dear CEO letters
  • IDD requirements – compulsory training, marketing materials, conducts of business, product oversight and governance, conflicts of interest, system and controls, PII cover, client money and ancillary insurance intermediaries together with HMT/FCA changes to introducing activity

This event repeats the one on 3 February where delegates commented:- “Very clear with good examples”, “Good knowledge on topic” and “Clear presentation”.

Book here – https://www.iilondon.co.uk/home/cpd-events/lectures/2020/march/fca-focus-on-general-insurance-distribution-chains-value-dear-ceo-letters-and-the-idd/

Non-financial misconduct in General Insurance – are you doing enough? 4 March 2020

4 Mar 2020 – hosted by the Insurance Institute of London

Branko will talk about the FCA’s interest in non-financial conduct and focus especially on their recent Dear CEO letter and suggest what is needed and how what the sector can do collectively will be a win/win for all concerned.

The FCA has a deep interest in general insurance for some time now and has made it clear with various policy statements and changes to rules, that what we do is simply not acceptable. Be it differential pricing, unnecessary and low value distribution chains, the handling of vulnerable customers, and now, overall non-financial conduct and culture issues.

Branko has worked tirelessly as a volunteer for the CII (VP 2008-2014) and his local institute (Luton & Herts since 1991) and strongly believes that demonstrating industry engagement is a strong indicator of good conduct. In addition, he has published the BIBA Compliance Manual since 2004 and has a knack in compressing voluminous FCA rules!

Please book here:- https://www.iilondon.co.uk/home/cpd-events/lectures/2020/march/non-financial-conduct-in-general-insurance-are-you-doing-enough/