Fellow Chartered Insurance Professional (FCIP)
Definition - What does Fellow Chartered Insurance Professional (FCIP) mean?
A fellow chartered insurance professional is an insurance professional who has gotten the proper training, education, and certification to be a leader in the property and casualty insurance industry. Fellow chartered insurance professionals have the skills to assume many insurance positions, such as underwriter, agent, broker, and insurance-related jobs and roles.
Insuranceopedia explains Fellow Chartered Insurance Professional (FCIP)
The title of a fellow chartered insurance professional is similar to that of a chartered insurance professional. However, fellow chartered insurance professionals have more training for leadership positions. Earning the status of fellow chartered insurance professional can help an insurance professional advance their career and earn a higher salary. This is why many people chose to pursue this option. In order to become and FCIP, an insurance professional has to take courses and pass examinations from an accredited institution.
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