Regulator says research shows some motor brokers and insurers fail to clearly disclose fees and how they were calculated.
The FCA’s consultation on the Insurance Distribution Directive ends soon and Branko Bjelobaba wonders if the IDD goes far enough
The jailing of a fraudster led the clicks this week, followed by profits, a buyout, an FCA warning and an apology from the CII.
Regulator urges recipients to delete emails without opening them.
Keep up to date with the latest people moves.
Partnership to help brokers ensure customers are not underinsured.
Aon, MCE's HMRC dispute, FCA spending, Integro and Aston Scott were most read this week.
Review which found "significant shortcomings" cost the regulator £417,669.
Regulator’s list of unauthorised firms is “useful and accessible” for brokers, says compliance expert
Regulator is now consulting on how to implement the Insurance Distribution Directive.
Watchdog to launch a two-year campaign to encourage customers to decide if they should act about PPI before the deadline.
Firm was authorised to sell general insurance products but delivered cover with “little or no value”.
Regulator says the Yorkshire-based travel, car, life and home insurance provider is “unauthorised”.
The policy statement sets steps for the regulators to be "fair" and "command public confidence".
Industry reels as regulator weighs up options for funding compensation scheme
Uncertain times: Parliament and the regulator have been busy recently, but the best best way to cope with the uncertainty is “business as usual”, says Mike Cranny
Regulator releases figures from 38 insurers on claims frequencies, acceptance rates and average pay-out for home, home emergency, personal accident and key cover.
Insurers to pay £63m supplementary levy following the failures of Gable and Enterprise.
Liquidator Batliner Wanger Batliner confirms move was effective from 16 December.
Regulator urges recipients to delete the email sent on Friday without opening it.
Trade body said it was concerned that insurers could bear additional costs.
Regulator sets out three options for changing the FSCS funding classes.
Question raised in regulator’s consultation on FSCS rules and funding.
Consultation to close in March 2017 with proposals and further consultation to be published the following autumn.