CII names His Majesty King Charles III as its new patron

His Majesty succeeds Her Late Majesty Queen Elizabeth II

Isabel Baxter
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His Majesty King Charles III has been named as patron of the Chartered Insurance Institute (CII).

"It is with great honour that we announce His Majesty King Charles III as our new patron," said CII group board chair Helen Phillips in a statement today (13 May). The CII has a longstanding royal association, which began with King George V granting its first Royal Charter in 1912. His Majesty succeeds Her Late Majesty Queen Elizabeth II as patron, who granted the CII a new charter in 1987. Phillips continued: "We would like to thank His Majesty for continuing to support and recognise the work of the CII across the insurance, financial planning, and mortgage advice professions. ...

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