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Chartered Insurance Institute

(CII) An association of insurers and brokers in the insurance industry. Its origins date back to 1873; its first Royal Charter was granted in 1912. It provides training by post ...

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A Dictionary of Finance and Banking (6 ed.)

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... Insurance Institute ( CII ) An association of insurers and brokers in the insurance industry. Its origins date back to 1873 ; its first Royal Charter was granted in 1912 . It provides training by post and at its own college, examinations leading to its associateship diploma (ACII) and fellowship diploma (FCII), and sets high standards of ethical behaviour in the...

Chartered Insurance Institute

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A Dictionary of Business and Management (6 ed.)

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2016
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Social sciences, Business and Management
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... Insurance Institute ( CII ) An association of insurers and brokers in the insurance industry. Its origins date back to 1873 ; its first Royal Charter was granted in 1912 . It provides training by post and at its own college, examinations leading to its associateship diploma (ACII) and fellowship diploma (FCII), and sets high standards of ethical behaviour in the...

Chartered Insurance Institute

Chartered Insurance Institute  

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(CII)An association of insurers and brokers in the insurance industry. Its origins date back to 1873; its first Royal Charter was granted in 1912. It provides training by post and at its own college, ...
FCII

FCII  

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Abbreviation for Fellow of the Chartered Insurance Institute.
ACII

ACII  

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Abbreviation for Associate of the Chartered Insurance Institute.
CII

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A Dictionary of Finance and Banking (6 ed.)

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... Abbreviation for Chartered Insurance Institute...

CII

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A Dictionary of Business and Management (6 ed.)

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...Abbreviation for Chartered Insurance Institute...

ACII

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A Dictionary of Finance and Banking (6 ed.)

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... Abbreviation for Associate of the Chartered Insurance Institute...

ACII

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A Dictionary of Business and Management (6 ed.)

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...Abbreviation for Associate of the Chartered Insurance Institute...

Insurance

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The Oxford Companion to American Law

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2004
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...in property and casualty insurance, where the principle of indemnity is strong, but not available in life, disability, and accidental death insurance, where the principle of indemnity is weak. Regulation of Insurance Entities. The first insurance regulations were the restrictions placed by state legislatures in the charters granted to insurance corporations . When the first general incorporation statutes appeared in the early nineteenth century, many states also enacted statutes governing the establishment of insurance companies. These statutes imposed...

Insurance

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The Oxford Companion to Global Change

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2009

...of Insurance conference referred to in the present article. The Time correspondent concluded his article by observing that “these risks and the crucial role played by the $1.41 trillion insurance industry in the world economy could change the dynamic of the debate about global warming.” Ceres. “Availability and Affordability of Insurance Under Climate Change.” Ceres press release, Sept. 8, 2005. http://www.ceres.org (accessed June 1, 2008). Chartered Insurance Institute. “The Impact of Changing Weather Patterns on Property Insurance.” Chartered Insurance...

Insurance

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Encyclopedia of Global Change

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2005

..., 14 March 1994. An article based on the U.S. College of Insurance conference referred to in the present article. The Time correspondent concluded his article by observing that “these risks and the crucial role played by the $1.41 trillion insurance industry in the world economy could change the dynamic of the debate about global warming”. Chartered Insurance Institute. “The Impact of Changing Weather Patterns on Property Insurance”. Chartered Insurance Institute Special Report, May 1994. Insurance Industry Concerned about the Earth. Asahi Shimbun , 3...

Marine Insurance

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The Oxford Encyclopedia of Maritime History

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2007
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History, Military History
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3,423 words

...Lloyd’s played a seemingly unchallenged role in the marine insurance market until 1720 , when the Royal Exchange Assurance Company and the London Assurance Company obtained royal charters for transacting marine insurance, thus becoming the first corporate marine insurance enterprises in Europe . The formation of the two companies reduced competition in the marine insurance market in the period 1720–1824 since all other corporate companies were precluded from writing marine insurance. The two companies took, however, only a small share of the...

BANKING AND FINANCIAL REGULATION

BANKING AND FINANCIAL REGULATION  

The Oxford Encyclopedia of American Political and Legal History

... Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation ; Federal Government, Executive Branch: Treasury Department ; Federal Reserve Act ; Federal Reserve System ; and Securities and Exchange Commission . ] bibliography Broome, Lissa L., and Jerry W. Markham. Regulation of Bank Financial Service Activities, Cases and Materials , 4th ed. St. Paul, Minn.: West, 2010. A detailed examination of bank regulation in the United States and its history. Markham, Jerry. “Banking Regulation: Its History and Future.” North Carolina Banking Institute 4 (2000):...

Insurance

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Robin Pearson, Atle Thowsen, Robin Pearson, Paul Johnson, Noel Whiteside, Noel Whiteside, and Patricia M. Thane

The Oxford Encyclopedia of Economic History

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2005
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Social sciences, Economics
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16,662 words
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...English case law on life insurance before the 1770s, the first major legislation being the prohibition of wagers on lives by the Gambling Act of 1774 . British fire insurance developed rapidly under a light fiscal burden before 1782 with virtually no form of regulation. Marine insurance was hardly hampered by the ban on wagers passed in 1746 (insurances issued without a demonstrable insurable interest), and the chartered monopoly given to two London companies in 1720 (repealed in 1825 ) only ensured that this branch of insurance remained largely the...

Mosaic Templars

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Encyclopedia of African American History 1896 to the Present

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2009
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History, Regional and National History
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1,506 words

...increasing business of the National Temple, Mosaic leaders embraced a states’ rights program and decentralized operations into virtually autonomous state-based Grand Temples. The National Grand Council maintained considerable control over local affairs, however, because charters, insurance policies, seals, and paraphernalia had to be purchased from the National Temple, and some dues still had to be sent to Little Rock. Under the new plan Grand Temples were incorporated in all the other southern states; in northern states including Missouri, Kansas, West...

Fraternal Organizations, African American

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Encyclopedia of African American History 1896 to the Present

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2009
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History, Regional and National History
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2,280 words

...slave William Washington Browne revitalized the languishing organization when he took over its leadership in 1881 , shifting its focus from temperance to insurance and education and echoing the self-help agenda of the Tuskegee Institute superintendent Booker T. Washington . Boasting fifty thousand members across twenty states by 1910 , the UOTR was the first black society to offer life-insurance benefits covering more than a funeral's cost. It had its own bank, the True Reformers' Savings Bank of Richmond, Virginia, its own newspaper, the Reformer , a...

State Regulatory Laws

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Samuel Allen and Price Fishback

The Oxford Encyclopedia of American Business, Labor, and Economic History

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Current Version:
2013
Subject:
Social sciences, Business and Management, Economics
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2,291 words

...regime. Significant numbers of workers, employers, and insurance companies supported the switch in most states. Employers passed many of the costs associated with the higher benefits on to workers in the form of downward wage adjustments over time. Even when workers paid indirectly for the higher benefits, they gained superior insurance coverage against accident risk than before, and insurance companies, in the absence of a state monopoly workers’ compensation fund, were able to sell more insurance coverage. By 1948 every state had adopted a workers’ compensation...

Winnipeg

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Alan F. J. Artibise

The Oxford Companion to Canadian History

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Current Version:
2004
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History, Regional and National History
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765 words

...settlement has given impetus to consumer industries. In recent decades, large increases in employment have been seen in the public and private service industries. The provincial and federal governments support a large public service, and Winnipeg has long been a financial and insurance centre. There is also a tradition of ‘boosterism’. In 1906 the Winnipeg Development and Industrial Bureau was organized to promote manufacturing and commerce. It became the Industrial Development Board in 1925 and operated until 1979 , when a new group, Winnipeg Business...

India

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Sunil K. Pandya

The Oxford Companion to Medicine (3 ed.)

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2006
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Medicine and health
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3,193 words

...as the Haffkine Institute in Bombay, the Institutes for Tropical Medicine and Hygiene at Calcutta, and the Institute at Guindy in Madras remain unequaled models. In an attempt to encourage medical research, the Government has set up four separate funding agencies — the Indian Council of Medical Research, the Department of Science and Technology, the Department of Biotechnology, and the Council of Scientific and Industrial Research. The first has created 21 institutes and five regional centers for specialized studies, for example, the Institute for Research in...

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