PMI exam passes landmark


The Association of Medical Insurance Intermediaries (Amii) has announced 500 people have now passed the Chartered Insurance Institute (CII)/AMII IF7 private medical insurance (PMI) exam.

It also revealed that a 200 have purchased the course book and are studying towards the exam. As COVER reported, the organisation has recently furthered its partnership with the CII by developing a Health and Protection qualification, including the IF7 exam as one module. Andrew Tripp, chairman of Amii, said he was thrilled with the response to the IF7 exam. "We are delighted so many people have embraced the drive to professionalism by taking the IF7 exam," he said. "Insurers and healthcare intermediaries alike are taking up the education challenge. "As their contemporaries see...

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