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CII announces new president and vice presidents

The Chartered Insurance Institute elected its new line up of officers for 2006-2007 including a new president to replace Peter Hales at its annual general meeting in London earlier this week.

The elections take effect from the hand-over of presidential office at the CII’s UK insurance and financial services conference on 5 October 2006.

UIA (Insurance) managing director Ian Templeton will take over as president, the Rt. Hon. The Lord Hunt of Wirral will become vice president and Jonathan Clark will become treasurer.

The new vice presidents on the council will be Richard Anderson, Sian Fisher, Mike Hammond, Julian James and Ken Wallace.

Chris Hanks and Peter Hubbard become vice presidents.

Templeton says: “I want to build on the increasing number of members attracted by the range of enhancements to the services provided by the CII including the contributions of faculties and PFS. Local institutions have an essential role in delivering services to members and I also look forward to championing the programme to assist local institutes meet their objectives.”

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