BI ruling welcome news for policyholders but result differs by wordings

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The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has set out that the court found in favour of its arguments on the “majority of the key issues”. 

However, the Association of British Insurers has countered that “the judgment divides evenly between insurers and policyholders on the main issues”.

With the ruling not saying that all insurers are liable in every instance, all parties involved and wider market commentators are agreed that the complex judgment, which may yet be appealed, will need further

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