ABI responds to CMA’s pricing investigation

Huw Evans

The Association of British Insurers (ABI) has accepted that there needs to be a better balance between the insurance deals offered to new customers and the interests of long-standing customers.

The admission came as the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) savaged the industry and called for an end to “loyal customers being ripped off” across five different markets.

In October Citizens Advice issued a super-complaint against the household insurance, cash savings, mortgages, mobile phone

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