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In Pictures: Belfast Insurance Institute Dinner

Published 17/01/2012

back row: Pat Bishop, Rosaleen MaCkeown, Frank Kavanagh
back row: Pat Bishop, Rosaleen MaCkeown, Frank Kavanagh
Steve Kingshot, Libby Morgan
Michael McClean, Libby Morgan
back row: Pat Bishop, Rosaleen MaCkeown, Frank Kavanagh
back row: Garry Christie, Paul Faulkner, Alasdair MacMillian front row: Libby Morgan, Julie Gallagher
Libby Morgan, Paul Hatty
Chris Parson, Libby Morgan, Tom McGarth
Libby Morgan, Billy Whiteside, Louise Whiteside
Libby Morgan, Imelda McMillan President of the Law Society
Fiona Cambridge, Libby Morgan, Pauline Calvert
Adrienne O'Sullivan, Elaine Carr,Bendon Monney
Maria Grimes, Libby Morgan Paul McDonnell
Philip Smith, Dan Venner, Libby Morgan, Mark Coffey, Mike McClean
John Quinlan, Mark Christer, Libby Morgan, Mike Dean, Paul Rountree
Sean McGrath, Libby Morgan, Peter Kilcullen
Corinne Tucker, Libby Morgan, Chris Wareham
Archie Mcavoy, Libby Morgan, Ken Alderdice
|Trevour Reid, Libby Morgan, Shirley McLaughlin
Micheele Dobbin, Libby Morgan, Tracey Threlfall
Libby Morgan, Peter Kelly, Elaine Carr
Julian James, Libby Morgan

The Belfast Insurance Institute has held its annual gala celebration at the Culloden Hotel.

The Institute helps to develop and enhance careers in insurance and financial services. Member of the CII or PFS automatically join a local institute.

There are currently 60 local institutes across the UK and the BII is one of the largest with over 1,900 members.

The organisation is made up of industry professionals who voluntarily give up our spare time to offer a range of key benefits to members - inluding technical and regulatory seminars, training courses, career guidance, mentoring and knowledge services as well as social and networking activities, community engagement initiatives and local news and information.

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