Increase in second half of 2017 coincides with launch of advertising campaign, starring Arnold Schwarzenegger, to publicise claims deadline.
Siân Barton and Ida Axling take a quick flight over this week's most popular articles.
Data shows drivers and homeowners who switch provider could save up to £100 a year as analysts say new rules are encouraging customers to shop around.
Regulator details the need for firms to "further improve both competition and their standards of treatment for existing customers" in its Business Plan for 2018/19.
Regulator increases annual funding requirement by 3.2% to £543.9m.
Regulator pledges focus on EU withdrawal and promises to publish interim findings on wholesale broking and current work on the value of the distribution chain.
Ida Axling and Emmanuel Kenning look behind the headlines.
Firms advised not to take the regulator's message lightly.
Brokers urged to heed the latest “shot across the bows” from the FCA.
Regulator warns general insurance firms after widespread failings to comply with new rules on renewal transparency.
CEO Andrew Bailey sends letter to MPs.
Regulator aims to provide transparency on its thought process and decision-making.
Trade body's David Sparkes welcomes the FCA's proposal that smaller firms will move automatically to the new regime.
John Byrne of regulation experts Corlytics controversially argues that brokers could see worse from the regulator and says the market should learn from the “painful lessons” in banking.
UK brokers did not know what the rules would look like until January this year
New development does not impact CBL Insurance Europe, which was stopped from writing new business earlier this week.
Emmanuel Kenning and Ida Axling discuss the key points from the week's news.
Test your knowledge of the week's news with our topical quiz.
FCA figures show that cyber incidents reported by general insurance firms went up from 1 to 11 in just 12 months.
Watchdog believes accuracy of data submissions could be improved and costs reduced.
Brokers and partners told to inform policyholders.
The insurance industry has also grown its focus on terrorism insurance products following recent attacks.
Bailey, a non-executive director at Chubb European Group, succeeds Lawrence Churchill.
The ABI has also responded to the FCA's consultation on the levy, arguing that insurers should not have to pay for "adviser failures".