Trade body confirms extra £700m raised from 2016 IPT rise has boosted flood defences in Calder Valley, Leeds, York and Cumbria.
EU ambassadors confirmed that the council has agreed to delay transposition of the Insurance Distribution Directive.
The ABI has also responded to the FCA's consultation on the levy, arguing that insurers should not have to pay for "adviser failures".
Regulator follows up on Treasury announcement.
Tim Ryan to remain on the board after a three year stint in the role.
Trade body made the move in order to learn how it can help start-ups.
Move follows the European Commission’s proposal to push back the application date to 1 October 2018.
Trade body reveals conference seminars programme.
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Figures reveal a 30% uplift on 2016.
Biba calls for stability in rate of regulatory change, proportionate supervision and a global competition objective for the FCA
A Manifesto packed full of the trivial and trifling to create a better broking sector.
He replaces David Lidington and takes over the responsibility for how the discount rate is set.
The trade body has teamed up with specialist CMR Insurance Services.
Compliance experts warn that regulator still has appetite for issuing fines.
David Sparkes calls potential delay a “great” and “sensible” step.
Biba’s Graeme Trudgill and Andy Thornley tell Insurance Age why they are passionate about moulding a fairer system for their broker members and detail the intricacies of lobbying those in the corridors of power
Bailey says passporting rights are "critical" to maintaining insurance contracts after Brexit.
The warning comes after the Justice Committee said more evidence was needed before the government can make a decision on how the rate should be set.
Ida Axling shares her thoughts on this year’s Autumn Budget.
Early Day Motion calls on government to make the commitment in upcoming Budget.
The free to attend event for brokers takes place at the Ricoh Arena on 9 November.
Biba says brokers should not be worse off and calls again for a separate funding class.
ABI calls on government to cease this tax “raid on the responsible” and say no to further rises as report highlights lack of consumer awareness about the tax.