IIB asks if regulator sees brokers as "soft touch"

barbara bradshaw iib

Rather than have a separate facility for the regulation of insurance brokers, the Government has proposed that they fall within remit of the Consumer Protection and Markets Authority (CPMA).

The IIB said it was very concerned that a body with such a wide remit will continue to labour with the real issues affecting the broking sector.

It added that there was an absolute need for the new regime to have representatives from every sector of the insurance market it claimed to represent, remembering

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