Written by Altus on 05 March 2018
One of Altus Consulting’s newest joiners, Pat Hayward, has been invited to join the Chartered Insurance Institute (CII) Claims Faculty Board for 2018. Patrick was voted to the join the Board by fellow participants in the CII New Generation Programme.
The Chartered Insurance Institute (CII) Claims Faculty Board consists of senior representatives from the claims profession. It’s a central community for claims professionals and encourages and promotes progression to qualified status and the maintenance of good practice, the highest standards of competence, expertise and professionalism for staff at all levels of experience. The Faculty also provides members with access to market-relevant continuing professional development and responds to regulators and other key bodies on issues related to claims and public trust.
Mark Andrews, Domain Director of General Insurance at Altus said: “I am delighted that Patrick has been invited to join industry-shaping conversations with such a reputable board. The claims market is undergoing significant changes at the moment, and it’s great that he’s able to be part of the conversation that will shape how it operates in the future. It’s even more impressive that he was voted to this board by his peers and we all look forward to hearing more about the work he’s being doing as part of the New Generation Programme.”
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