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a charter granted by the sovereign (especially in Great Britain)

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Insurer RSA's UK claims function has been granted chartered status by the Chartered Insurance Institute (CII).
RSAs claims function accreditation by the CII follows RSAs Commercial and Global Risk Solutions businesses and UK Chief Underwriting Office also gaining chartered status in May 2017.
We know that chartered status on its own does not equal the best advice, however, strong technical expertise coupled with a thorough understanding what really matters to our clients is a winning combination.
In addition, he obtained chartered status from the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS), UK in 2013.
In this respect, employers find considerable value in encouraging their staff to apply for Chartered status.
As you will probably be aware, the IED has been granted licence to award Chartered status to product designers by decree of the Privy Council; the Chartership is a competence-based registration, focusing on the abilities and skills of the designer.
This will help me gain knowledge across all areas, helping me in any future role after I hopefully gain my chartered status.
A SECOND-generation financial planning boss is carrying on his "inspirational" father's legacy - after the Redcar firm achieved much-coveted Chartered status, the industry's gold standard of excellence and integrity.
When I need to assert my standing and qualifications, I happily refer to my chartered status.
Chartered status is an exclusive title only awarded to firms which meet rigorous criteria relating to professionalism and capability.
This initiative is aimed at raising the profile of Chartered status for financial planners and firms among local business communities and consumers - and in his three-year role as chartered champion the 30-year-old will be the local advocate for achieving coveted Chartered status.
Andrew Rainford, who works for Salisbury and Company in St Asaph, has passed the rigorous chartered tax adviser exams required to attain chartered status.
The award is made annually to the most outstanding woman engineer, applied scientist or IT professional who has achieved chartered status within 12 months of 1 July 2012.
I hope he continues on the path to full chartered status, as I know he is capable of success.
A Chartered Institution since 2003 granted the right by the Privy Council to offer individual Chartered status to members who meet our exacting criteria in 2005.
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