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Insurance Audits Pro Plus

We can work on behalf of the insurer or the client in order to reduce the probability of a loss.The audits are conducted by our qualified and experienced Safety Officers who have carried out this service across all sectors. Contact us for more information or click here to see our scheduled courses ... (Training Available by Safetech Consulting and training) Insurance Audits

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Accounting for Insurance Contracts - An Introduction Pro

This one-day practical training course will address the proposed new treatment of insurance contracts under IFRS 4.(Training Available by Chartered Accountants Ireland) Accounting for Insurance Contracts - An Introduction

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Audit of Insurance Brokers & Investment Intermediaries Pro

This course is tailored to meet the needs of accountants in small and medium sized practices who deal with the audit of investment intermediaries and insurance brokers. This is now a heavily regulated area under the Financial Regulator where the regulations (which are mainly driven by European Directives) change regularly. The aim of the course is to clearly set out the structure of the regulatory regime, and then home in on the practical effects for the auditor as well as to understand the detailed requirements of the law. ... (Training Available by Chartered Accountants Ireland) Audit of Insurance Brokers & Investment Intermediaries

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Audit of Insurance Brokers Pro

Audit of Insurance Brokers Many practitioners experience difficulties with auditing and reporting on insurance brokers. The regulatory environment has undergone a number of changes in recent years. This course aims to provide auditors with an update of audit, accounting and regulatory issues and to introduce auditors to the new PQAs for insurance brokers. Details Presenter: Practice Consulting Team, Chartered Accountants IrelandCPD Hours: 3Cost: €165.00 (£143.60) Discount available for Chartered Accountants Ireland Members - log in to avail of this. Training tickets can be used for this course. Upcoming DatesStartFinishLocationSelectedMonday, November 22, 2010 2:00:00 PM Monday, November 22, 2010 5:00:00 PM Chartered Accountants House, 47-49 Pearse Street, Dublin 2 ... (Training Available by Chartered Accountants Ireland) Audit of Insurance Brokers

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Analysing Insurance Companies

OverviewThe course will be of benefit to equity and credit analysts who need to understand the fundamentals of insurance companies, and the methods used for analysing them.DelegatesIntermediateCourse levelCost for BPP PD Members: £1425.00 + VAT : 18 CPD Hours (£1770.00 + VAT for non BPP PD Members - Click here for details of our membership scheme.)PricingThis three-day intermediate course aims to give delegates the ability to analyse insurance companies. No prior knowledge of insurance companies is required, but a familiarity with financial statements is assumed.Learning outcomes include obtaining a greater understanding of:An Overview of Insurance Companies -Why analysing insurance companies is different -Different types of insurance company -The insurance environment -Types of business written under life and non-life business -Distribution channels -Influences and developments on choice of distribution channel for both life and non-life products -How insurance com ... (Training Available by BPP Professional Education Birmingham) Analysing Insurance Companies

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Insurance Law: Recent Developments

Update This course examines recent legislation and proposed legislation affecting insurance law, as well as recent case law. The following topics will be studied: The Third Parties (Rights against Insurers) Act 2010 - more rights for third parties The Consumer Insurance Bill - new test material non-disclosure and misrepresentation The European Court of Justice's decision in Test Achats 2011 - gender equality in insurance premiums EU Codified Directive on Motor Insurance 2009 - implications for motor insurance law and accidents in Europe Law Commission proposals for reform of insurance contract law Trend in English judicial approach to construing insurance terms Recent English cases on the issues of whether an insurer has been induced by material misrepresentation or non-disclosure on the part of the insured Recent English decisions on insurance fraud and initiatives to combat fraud Alison Green is a barrister practising from 2 Temple Gardens, specialising in Insurance and Reinsurance ... (Training Available by Central Law Training) Insurance Law: Recent Developments

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Offered by Central Law Training, Alternatives:1 of 52 courses & classes
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Insurance - Introduction

OverviewThis course will be of benefit to those with little or no knowledge of insurance markets who wish to gain a good understanding of how the market operates.DelegatesIntroductoryCourse levelCost for BPP PD Members: £475.00 + VAT : 6 CPD Hours (£590.00 + VAT for non BPP PD Members - Click here for details of our membership scheme.)PricingThis one-day course is designed to provide an understanding of the activities of the participants in the insurance market, how they interact, and how the industry is structured.Learning outcomes include obtaining a greater understanding of:What is Insurance?Why do people need insurance?What makes a risk insurable?What are the Different Types of Insurance?Products available (personal and commercial lines)Key features and risksWho are the Players in the Market?Market overviewTrendsKey Topics: Underwriting, Pricing, ReservingHow products are pricedControlling risk - the use of underwriting and reinsuranceReservingKey Areas of Regulat ... (Training Available by BPP Professional Education Birmingham) Insurance - Introduction

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VAT in Insurance

COURSE OBJECTIVES: This course covers those aspects of VAT specific to the insurance industry, with an emphasis on avoiding pitfalls and mitigation techniques with reference to decided cases. A prior knowledge of the topics covered in Introduction to VAT in Financial Services is assumed. COURSE CONTENT How VAT Affects Insurance TransactionsA review of the key issuesBasic compliance issuesBasic VAT planningThe Exemption for Insurance TransactionsUK insurance premiums and commissionTransactions which are not exemptIntermediariesThe problems of outsourcingInvestment and other incomeInternational ServicesExempt premiums 'Outside the scope' premiumsThe effects on VAT recoveryIntermediariesImports and exports or good and servicesThe 'reverse charge' - pitfalls and planningIntra EU goods and servicesBranch and subsidiary issuesPartial ExemptionThe basic principlesDirect attributionSpecial methods of apportionmentDealing with HMRCSpecific compliance issues for insurancePlanning points ... (Training Available by Quorum Training Ltd.) VAT in Insurance

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Introducing General Insurance Finance

Why is insurance different?Financial characteristicsInsurance cash flow cycleOpportunities and risksThe Accounting BackgroundPrincipal conventionsGAAP/ABI SORPs and IFRS 4Annual v Funded accountingUnderwriting: recognising revenueDifferentiating between written and earned premiumThe basis for earning premiumThe effect of reinsurance: gross and net premiumPremium provisions and deferred acquisition costsClaimsEstimating and accounting for claimsUltimate claims cost, case reserves and IBNR/'IBNER'Short tail and long tail businessClaims equalisation provisionsClaims run-off and reserve releasesInvestmentThe role of investment incomeAsset/liability matchingAsset valuationFinancial Statements and performance measuresThe technical and revenue resultInterpreting the income statementBalance sheet treatment of reserves and provisionsKey ratios: especially Combined and Loss ratiosLiquidity and SolvencySolvency marginThe insurance cycle, capacity and pricingIntroducing the purpose of Solvency II. ... (Training Available by 7city Learning) Introducing General Insurance Finance

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PDA General Insurance

PDA General Insurance This course runs during the day, starting in January and costs £86 a unit for each of the three units. Course Summary The aim of this award is to develop your knowledge and skills in general insurance market, regulation and underwriting, while developing employment skills and an understanding of insurance industry. It has been designed to prepare people who are interested in securing employment in the insurance industry. The PDA will develop and enhance knowledge and skills that are necessary for employment. You will be prepared for employment in the Insurance sector, at an Adviser level, within underwriting, claims, sales and service, support functions, broking and loss adjusting. You studyGeneral insurance risk, market, legal and regulatory; General insurance products and business; General insurance underwriting process. Added Value – 1 Effort – 2 Qualifications.Once you complete the PDA you will have the opportunity to be presented for the CII ... (Training Available by PERTH COLLEGE) PDA General Insurance

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Additional Insurance Courses & Classes

Introduction to Insurance

COURSE OBJECTIVES: This one-day course offers a comprehensive introduction to the institutions, operations, business models and regulations prevalent in the insurance market. It is designed for those new to the sector with little or no previous knowledge. COURSE CONTENT Introduction to the Insurance SectorThe difference between buyers, sellers and intermediaries in the UK Insurance MarketThe nature of the main insurance sellers including Insurance Companies –mutuals, proprietary, direct; Mutual Indemnity Associations; Lloyd’s and CaptivesThe responsibilities of an agentThe role of insurance brokers Regulation & RiskThe role of Financial Services and Markets Act 2000Regulation by the FSAOutline of the eleven FSA Principles for Business eight ICOB RulesRisk transfer processThe features of an Insurable RiskTypes of insurance that are Compulsory by Statute in the UKWhy some insurances are compulsoryInsurance in PracticeIdentify the benefits of insurance Distinguishing betw ... (Training Available by Quorum Training Ltd.) Introduction to Insurance

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Insurance English

Sergio Piccinonno, Internal Audit, Generali (Italy) "My Insurance English course was highly useful.”(Training Available by The Communicaid Group) Insurance English

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Offered by The Communicaid Group, Alternatives:1 of 52 courses & classes
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Client money for general insurance intermediaries

ContactEmail: Web-based training team Telephone: 0845 606 9966 - Option 6. (Call rates may vary)Access the courseBuy online Purchase your Client money course online Log in If you have already purchased the course Log in here ... (Training Available by Financial Services Authority) Client money for general insurance intermediaries

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Accounting for Insurance Contracts

Course Overview: Weaknesses in various accounting standards have forced accounting standard setters to review current approaches to insurance accounting. New regulatory moves, particularly IFRS 4, now make it very important for accountants within the insurance industry not only to update themselves on proposed new accounting standards but also to ensure that they represent the risks and performance accurately on the financial statements. Revolutionary changes are expected to take place over the next two years, creating a demand for people with knowledge and expertise in ‘fair value’ accounting, hedging and risk management. The New IFRS 4 Insurance Contracts standard requires certain insurance contracts to be valued using fair value accounting. This course covers all of the important areas of regulatory change in this subject, focusing on both the standards themselves and their application in practice. Course Content: Introduction to IFRS 4 - Definition of an Insurance Contract- U ... (Training Available by Redcliffe Training Associates Ltd.) Accounting for Insurance Contracts

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General Insurance for the Motor Industry

Programme Overview This course has been designed to provide the training and competence required by the Financial Services Authority for those selling and or advising on General Insurance products. The course is Accredited by an awarding body and each successful candidate will receive formal certification. ... (Training Available by ITC Learning & Development) General Insurance for the Motor Industry

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English for the Insurance Industry

  English for the Insurance Industry is a unique programme designed in conjunction with the Chartered Insurance Institute (CII). It is a five-day programme that consists of insurance seminars delivered by industry experts from the CII combined with specialist Insurance English language training by Communicaid. This course is a must for all insurance professionals who wish to succeed in the international insurance market. Benefits Communicaid’s English for the Insurance Industry course will provide you with: - Key financial English terminology - Greater confidence when discussing financial documents and data - Increased verbal fluency for face-to-face negotiations - The confidence to produce professional written reports in English Who should attend Communicaid's English for the Insurance Industry course is suitable for all insurance professionals within the industry as well as in-house insurance managers who need to improve their ability to communicate effectively in internat ... (Training Available by The Communicaid Group) English for the Insurance Industry

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Understanding Insurance Company Accounts

Objective: This course is designed for those who need to review and understand the accounts of insurance companies when providing corporate finance advice. Content: Introduction - The current UKGAAP reporting framework - Overview of FSMA provisions and the FSA financial requirements - The IFRS requirements and proposals - Key definitions - Likely future developments – phase II of the project - Presentation of accounts – the primary statements General short term contracts – non-Life business - Revenue recognition - timing and valuation of new business - Claims and provisions for potential claims - New business costs – deferred acquisition costs Long term life insurance - Revenue recognition and liability provisions - New business costs - Embedded value accounting Assets held by insurance companies - Valuation at cost or fair value? - Treatment of gains and losses - Accounting for anticipated future investment returns Business combinations - Valuation and treatment of net ... (Training Available by Redcliffe Training Associates Ltd.) Understanding Insurance Company Accounts

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Guernsey Insurance Certificate

Course OutlineThe Guernsey Insurance Certificate forms part of the Guernsey Financial Services Commission (GFSC) minimum qualifications for Authorised Insurance Representatives.The syllabus is based on the following discrete areas:The scope of the Insurance Business (Bailiwick of Guernsey) Law, the Insurance Managers and Insurance Intermediaries (Bailiwick of Guernsey) Law, and the regulatory framework of financial services within GuernseyLegal requirements and Guernsey lawGuernsey taxationGuernsey Social SecurityProtection productsSavings and investmentPensionsMortgagesBest practiceA study guide detailing the syllabus and recommended reading can be found in the “Insurance” section of the GFSC website at Course ObjectivesThis qualification is mandatory for all Authorised Insurance Representatives (AIRs) advising on “Long-Term” insurance products. In addition to the Guernsey Insurance Certificate, AIRs are required to hold either the CII Financial Planning Certi ... (Training Available by GTA University Centre, Guernsey) Guernsey Insurance Certificate

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General Insurance Training

Programme Overview The General Insurance Training Programme is a web-based general insurance course consisting of assessments, study material, reference material and additional resources.(Training Available by ITC Learning & Development) General Insurance Training

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Insurance Company Modelling and Valuation

The Economics of the Insurance Industry Expected losses Capital requirements How insurance companies make money Why insurance companies are similar to banks Life insurance companies and their different products/lines of business Understanding mortality tables Property and casualty insurance companies Insurance industry trends (including claims and returns and demutualization Statutory strain Reinsurance Analysing an insurance company Methods of Insurance Company Accounting Statutory accounting principles Generally accepted accounting principles Understanding insurance company financial statements Understanding the realistic balance sheet How Insurance Companies Are Regulated in the UK and USA Statutory accounting Regulatory capital and solvency margin for life and non-life insurers and required minimum margin Issues surrounding the use of future profits (implicit capital), changing portfolio mix to influence the liability discount rate, and virtual capital (derivati ... (Training Available by Adkins Matchett & Toy) Insurance Company Modelling and Valuation

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