Insuring Women’s Futures – the market programme led and facilitated by the CII – has published its final report, completing 3 years of research, policy development and market collaboration.
Following the launch of the programme’s headline recommendations at Waterloo Imax in November, this report now includes all of the data supporting the case for change, and the detailed workstream outputs from our 7 workstreams.
Many members of the CII’s governance boards and committees have contributed directly to the delivery of this body of work, and while this phase of research and development is now complete, it doesn’t stop here. We have opened up significant new avenues for policy development within government and policymakers that will continue to enhance our relevance and impact. We have also developed content and insight that has already begun to inform our learning and assessment materials, and awoken new customer opportunities that we will be following through.
And of course, gender was only the first area of focus with which the umbrella Insuring Futures programme has looked at society’s financial resilience. We are now beginning to scope and outline a new campaign focused on the Ageing Population, which will take many of the existing research and learnings from this programme to ensure we continue to provide our members and the wider profession with a platform to engage, innovate and make a positive impact.