FCA removes Triton Insurance Brokers' right to conduct regulated business

A stop-no-go sign

The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has removed Triton Insurance Brokers’ permission to conduct regulated business in the UK, including arranging insurance contracts.

The regulator urged Triton’s customers to check the validity of their policy with the insurer ultimately responsible for paying out claims.

Triton is based in Grimsby and offers home, commercial and industrial property insurance.

A spokesperson for the FCA declined to comment on why this action had been taken. Triton could not

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