Insurance Times, the CII and guests
With consumers increasingly seeking reassurance that they are dealing with a trusted professional, could corporate Chartered status benefit your business?
It’s a hallmark of knowledge, capability and ethical practice, a signifier that you are one of the insurance elite. But while it’s achievable for all firms, by its very nature it doesn’t come easily: commitment and determination are essential.
So what are the real tangible benefits of Chartered status, and what do you actually need to do to attain it? This free Insurance Times webinar, in partnership with the Chartered Insurance Institute (CII) will explore the practicalities, challenges and opportunities through the lens of brokers’ real world experiences, answering:
• What specific business value have you derived from your Chartered status? Were they the benefits you were expecting?
• What are the eligibility requirements for becoming a Chartered broker?
• How can you prepare yourself for the process of becoming Chartered? How long did it take you from deciding to become Chartered to obtaining the title?
• What challenges are involved in attaining Chartered status and how can these be overcome?
• Do your customers understand and value your professional status? How do you communicate the benefits?
• Do your existing and potential staff value your professional status? How do you communicate the benefits?
• What do you need to do to derive maximum business value from your Chartered status?
• After the initial achievement and publicity, how do you continue to focus on your professionalism and derive value?
Panellists discussing these issues on the day and taking your questions will include: John Moore, chairman, Thomas Carroll Group, Paul Anscombe, chief executive, Seventeen Group, Liz Foster, managing director, Ingram Hawkins & Nock and Steve Jenkins, director of financial services and insurance markets, CII.