Webinar on the insurance implications of Brexit
Webinar on the insurance implications of Brexit Despite dominating much of press coverage for many years, due to the occurrence of Covid-19 around the globe Brexit is now getting far less press coverage, and there is a danger the insurance industry has slipped into 2021 without fully considering the impact of Brexit. The UK have left the EU and there will be implications for insurance contracts. Whilst there is a chance of something being negotiated on financial services the FCA are preparing for all eventualities and so far the trade deal is largely around goods not services– so what will the future look like? This webinar, presented by Alan Chandler, one of the most popular presenters in the UK will run through a brief history of how the EU has changed insurance, before exploring how the insurance industry could change from January. There will be Implications for nearly all classes of business including motor insurance, travel insurance, commercial insurance and marine insurance which will be explored as well as exploring what will be the position on insurers who passported into the UK. Learning Outcomes Delegates will be able to: • Understand the history of how the EU has changed the insurance industry • Understand the potential implications of Brexit on insurance policies • Understand the potential implications of future passporting
Tue 26 Jan 12:30 pm – 1:30 pm
How becoming an Education Champion can bring rewards to you!
Presented by Darren Amos Dip PFS In this workshop Darren Amos will explain how the CII and PFS are bringing financial education into schools by recruiting suitably qualified advisers to deliver workshops to groups of students. You will learn about the various workshops that are being made available, and the benefits to you of engaging with the process. Learning outcomes You will learn about the skills training program that you will undergo in order to present the workshops and how it will help you to improve your own communication skills You will learn about the content of the 4 separate workshops, and how to explain this to younger, inexperienced students You will learn about our special interactive board game, played by large groups and how it links with your knowledge, presentation skills and technology About the speaker Darren works for a locally based IFA firm Anstee & Co. As an Independent Financial designer. He has a great deal of experience in both personal and corporate finance advice. In recent years he has focused on the Later life arena, including Pensions and Later life lending. After many years in the financial services industry he is now keen to pass on the knowledge and experience he has gained, to both his colleagues in the industry and to the wider public. Becoming an Education Champion is part of that commitment and he has already delivered these workshops to several schools, where they were very well received.
Tue 12 Jan 12:30 pm – 1:30 pm
The Three Wise Insurance Execs: an Insurance Christmas Story
This amusing and fun webinar will look at the magic of the Christmas story through the eyes of The Three Wise Insurance Execs, as they set out on their camels to reach The Lloyd´s Building in London, above which a guiding star shines brightly. The story will be narrated by Jeff Heasman, using specially commissioned artwork. 2020 has been challenging but this will be a story with an underlying message of positivity and hope! Just like the original Christmas story. So, let´s sign off our 2020 CPD programmes on a positive note with some serious learning but in a fun and amusing way … through the eyes of The Three Wise Insurance Execs in An Insurance Christmas Story. On: Tuesday 15 December at 12.30 - 13.30 Session Objectives: By the end of this webinar, participants will be able to identify key events over the past year, how the insurance industry has adapted and the positives of the past year. understand how these adaptations will influence the way we operate from 2020 onwards. implement a strategy to deal with sudden and unexpected change.
Tue 15 Dec 12:30 pm – 1:30 pm
Selling Commercial Insurance in a Hardening Market
Selling Commercial Insurance in a hard market by Max Eldred Capability Manager - Premium Credit Overview of Event Principally driven by the London insurance market but heavily influenced by global market conditions – the UK insurance landscape is currently undergoing a hard market cycle across the majority of insurance classes. The impact of a hardening market has a profound effect on both large and small businesses in the UK, especially when preparing for renewal. In this webinar we explore the best ways of keeping your clients in a difficult environment. Session Objectives: By the end of today’s market briefing, delegates will be able to: List a minimum of three characteristics that constitute to the hardening market; Demonstrate ways to communicate to their client’s specific personality type; Present a finance package to their brokers, highlighting the benefits that this can have for their client.
Tue 08 Dec 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
Hot work fire
A review of hot work fires. The session will consider what hot work is, how and why fires arise from hot work, the policy position including hot work warranties, hot work permits, preventitive and risk mitigation options as well as illustrations as to the devastating consequences when things go wrong Session Objectives: Those attending this webinar will gain an understanding as to What comprises hot work What are the risks of hot work Recommended prevention methods Hot work permits and their effectivness Hot work policy warranties Third Party recoveries involving hot work fires
Wed 11 Nov 12:30 pm – 1:30 pm
Chris Buesnel, Crawford and Company
Facilitating and contributing to conference calls and meetings
Conference calls and virtual meetings are now the norm. It is an opportunity for individuals to raise their credibility by facilitating and managing meeting effectively, as well as contributing in an impactful way. We all have experiences of conference calls that haven’t been run well or efficiently. We can change this!
Tue 20 Oct 12:30 pm – 1:30 pm