CII reports consolidated operating surplus of £3.3m for 2021

Revenue increase from educational activities

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CII reports consolidated operating surplus of £3.3m for 2021

The Chartered Insurance Institute (CII) has declared a consolidated operating surplus of £3.3m for 2021, as compared with a £4m operating deficit in 2020, according to its latest financial statement.

The financial report highlighted a £2.2m increase in revenue from qualifications and educational activities in 2021. Costs were saved, it said, as a result of local Institutes opting to voluntarily...

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