CCIA is the operating arm of the Insurance Committee of the Roman Catholic Dioceses of England, Wales and Scotland. The Insurance Committee is a consultative body of the Bishops’ Conferences, whose primary purpose is to identify financial risks facing Catholic organisations and ensure protection is in place to respond to such risks. The Insurance Committee comprises of seven diocesan representatives elected by, and accountable to, the dioceses in their region.
The Committee also co-opts a number of non-voting members including the General Secretaries of both Bishops’ Conferences and an independent insurance consultant of high repute.
CCIA’s role is to put the Insurance Committee’s objectives and requirements into practice for the benefit of the whole Catholic community. More information about CCIA’s staff and the current Insurance Committee members can be found on the Our People page.