Cullum Capital Ventures granted Chartered Broker status
Published Date: 07/06/2012 08:42:50
Cullum Capital Ventures (CCV) has attained the prestigious status of Chartered Broker, awarded by the Chartered Insurance Institute (CII).
The accolade means that CCV joins a select few brokers nationwide, including sister company Towergate, that have achieved this recognition, awarded to those who meet the highest professional standards in the industry.
Peter Cullum, Executive Chairman commented: "Chartered status is an important milestone for CCV and its employees. It reinforces the commitment we have to maintaining and improving standards at all levels, and throughout all of our businesses, as well as further endorsing our professionalism towards our clients up and down the country."
Dr Alexander Scott, CEO, CII, said: "We are delighted that Cullum Capital Ventures has embraced the challenge of professionalism and attained Chartered status. It is a mark of distinction that carries with it a significant degree of exclusivity and, importantly, widespread recognition among customers."
CCV employs a structured approach to professional qualifications, thereby creating an environment of continuing professional development and is instrumental in the drive to attract, develop and retain the very best talent. Currently, over 200 employees at CCV hold a qualification with the CII which equates to around 40% of all customer facing staff.
In addition, CCV currently has almost 50 new employees due to complete IF1 by the end of 2012 – many of which will go on to achieve the full Cert CII within their first year of employment.
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