Chartered Insurance Institute

Chartered Insurance Institute

Chartered Insurance Institute

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The Chartered Insurance Institute (also known as the CII) is a United Kingdom based professional organisation for those working in the insurance and financial services industries.

The Institute provides accreditation and professional qualifications to UK and international members. Current (designated) qualifications include (in ascending level order): Cert CII, Dip CII, Advanced Dip CII (ACII - previously called Associateship CII) & Fellowship CII (FCII). ACII and FCII accredited members are eligible to apply for election to Chartered Insurer status, which is based on experience in the insurance industry alongside these qualifications. These titles may be used by any person upon completion of the required level of qualification and confirmation from the institute.

Every CII member in the UK is also a member of a local institute. There are currently 60 local institutes across the UK, plus 7 associated institutes in the Republic of Ireland.

If you become a member of the CII in the UK, the Channel Islands or the Isle of Man, you also join a local institute. The network of local institutes offers a useful contact point, education advice, CPD seminars and social events

Membership

2007 saw the CII’s best year for membership growth since 1935. Membership grew to just under 92,000 members representing a 7.2% increase on 2006.

Standards

Standards are at the heart of everything the CII does and stands for. CII members are expected to maintain requisite standards of...
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