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SimplyBiz reveals CII mortgage and protection events

by: Owain Thomas
  • 31/01/2017
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SimplyBiz reveals CII mortgage and protection events
SimplyBiz has unveiled its Chartered Insurance Institute (CII) accredited broker events for the coming year – including specialist mortgage and protection sessions.

The national events will also cover investments, pensions and corporate advice alongside online learning and web-conferences.

More than 1,300 delegates have already booked for events in the first two months of the year.

“Over the past 12 months, we’ve widened the range of business areas covered with the addition of events covering non-mainstream investment, utilising technology to increase efficiency in the advice process and building and delivering a workplace proposition,” said SimplyBiz group strategic relations and events director Rachel Lee.

“Our number one priority is to ensure that the events we hold are relevant to advisers and offer practical support to them in the way they run their business and interact with their clients.

“Both the CII and London Institute of Banking and Finance accredit our events programme, demonstrating our commitment to ensure that all content featured in presentations and literature is genuinely valuable to our member firms and, crucially, the way in which they work with their clients,” she added.

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