Keen Insurance is committed to delivering best practice services and accurate advice. That's why all of our client-facing staff hold or are working towards their qualification with the Chartered Insurance Institute.
About the Chartered Insurance Institute
The Chartered Insurance Institute is the world's leading professional organisation for insurance and financial services. Its 112,000 members are committed to maintaining the highest standards of technical competence and ethical conduct.
As the leading professional body for the global financial services profession, the Chartered Insurance Institute (CII) exists to promote higher standards of integrity, technical competence and business capability. With over 112,000 members in more than 150 countries, the CII is the world's largest professional body dedicated to insurance and financial services.
Our membership covers all disciplines within the insurance industry (claims, broking, underwriting and sales), those working in the life and pensions sector, the mortgage advice market and financial advisers (under the Personal Finance Society brand). As one of the largest examination awarding bodies in the UK, we have delivered education to over one million students in 150 countries over the last 10 years.
Success in CII qualifications is universally recognised as a global standard. While membership of the CII signals a commitment to developing a broad professional capability and to a willingness to adhere to the standards associated with professional status.
Our Royal Charter requires us: "to secure and justify the confidence of the public" in our members and in the insurance and financial services sector. The CII works hard to maintain public confidence and trust in the financial services market.
We believe this will be achieved by creating a genuine global profession where the best interests of the consumer are to the fore, where ongoing learning and expertise are cherished, and where the highest standards of ethical behaviour are embraced.
Through the support and advocacy of our members, specifically those within the various faculties, societies, boards and committees we are able to ensure that our activities remain relevant and reflect the needs of our members whilst at the same time serving the demands of the public.