|Ethical Theory & Conduct in the Insurance Industry: Ethics Defined & Practical Foundations (CSFACOILSCTXT0219)||$ 110.00|
This course explores the sources of variation in ethical standards among individuals and looks at the question of whether those differences are innate or are environmentally shaped.
The course also presents a definition of ethics in the context of the insurance business, including the benefits to clients of having an insurance representative and dealing with a quality firm.
Participants will cover details regarding the purposes and workings of regulatory and industry bodies, including the responsibilities of life agents and how insurance companies generate a profit.
Finally, the course describes an effective life insurance business model which identifies the needs of clients and assumes the highest level of responsibility for the manner in which it deals with those clients.
Access Duration from the Date of Purchase: 6 Month(s)
Credit Hours: 2
Credit Type: CSF - Insurance of Persons / CSF - Compliance
Credit #: CSF19-03-46091Accrediting Provinces: