Chartered Insurance Brokers
The Chartered Insurance Institute (CII)* has awarded the prestigious ‘Chartered Insurance Brokers’ title to Bluestone Insurance Brokers Ltd.
Chartered status is an exclusive title only awarded to firms which meet rigorous criteria relating to professionalism and capability. All Chartered Insurance Brokers commit to the CII’s Code of Ethics, reinforcing the highest standards of professional practice in their business dealings.
You can view the CII Code of Ethics here
To date, less than 5% ** of Insurance agents and brokers in the UK have achieved Chartered status, indicating that this is a highly exclusive award reserved for the leading firms of the broking industry.
Chartered firms must meet serious obligations
To retain our title we must ensure the advice, service and ongoing support we provide to you are of the highest quality. Our advice must be based solely on your researched needs, and provided by someone competent to discuss products and services that meet your requirements.
We ensure our technical and professional knowledge and competence through professional qualifications. We keep our knowledge and skills up-to-date through continuing professional development.
Our staff must be members of the CII and comply with its Code of Ethics, which is enforced through disciplinary sanctions.
Our Chartered title means a lot to us. It was not easily achieved, and it takes continuous investment and commitment to maintain. It is our policy to maintain these standards, and your guarantee of our overall commitment to customer service and professionalism.
*CII As the premier professional body for the financial services profession, the CII promotes higher standards of integrity, technical competence and business capability. With over 100,000 members in more than 150 countries, the CII is the world’s largest professional body dedicated to this sector.
**Based on number of firms listed in IBISWorld’s Insurance Agents & Brokers market research report March 2015 and the CII Chartered Insurance Broker directory June 2015