Avid's Steve Duxbury discusses how the market for GAP insurance has changed since the FCA's 2015 thematic review and argues that it is set for accelerated growth.
The “sensible streamlining” changes are designed to improve the speed and allow FCA senior managers to start civil and crimimal proceedings, cancel permissions and address individual authorisation.
Bower-Dyke tells Insurance Age about his plans for the new venture and discusses why he believes there was a gap in the market for quality advice.
Products and digitisation are key priorities for the retail CEO who joined the insurer in 2020.
Biba’s David Sparkes shines the spotlight on fair value and vulnerable customers in our new quarterly examination of the regulatory landscape
Mixed responses from trade bodies as the government sets out proposals for adapting the UK regulatory framework for financial services post-Brexit.
In an attempt to help firms better prepare for the Financial Conduct Authority's new product governance rules, trade associations representing the general insurance market have produced a fair value assessment template.
The FCA’s rules on fair value have come at the right time, and those not ready to follow them may soon fall by the wayside, writes Partners& chairman Stuart Reid
Compliance specialists highlight the problems that the voluntary survey, which was sent out last month, may cause brokers.
Financial institutions and companies listed in the UK will have to produce plans highlighting how they will transition to net zero.
The TV commercial, which depicts a young boy wearing make-up and women’s clothing, has been removed after the FCA said it was 'misleading'.
In a Dear CEO letter to the industry, the regulator highlights that the rules, which came into force on 1 October, apply to all personal and commercial lines brokers.
Randell will exit in Spring 2022 and the government is now seeking a successor.
Research by Ecclesiastical shows 40% of brokers do not understand how their business will be impacted ahead of the new product governance rules coming into force on 1 October.
CEO Nikhil Rathi pledged to use the watchdog’s criminal powers to deal with misconduct and financial crime.
The latest set of figures from the FCA show providers have made initial payments worth £328.9m for unsettled claims and final settlements of £696.2m.
Experts say brokers need to review their business models after the regulator slams the industry for "weakness" over product governance rules and highlights its focus on fair value.
News analysis: Brokers are under the cosh and many need guidance on how to implement the FCA’s wide-reaching rules on product governance.
The watchdog said that it appears the business “acted dishonestly” and warned customers to decline to do business with the firm.
FCA director Matt Brewis sets out the regulator's supervisory strategy for insurers as he warns firms to speed up business interruption payments and follow fair value guidelines.
The watchdog highlighted broker remuneration as an issue and said that many firms might not be ready to implement incoming product governance rules.
Regulator releases policy statement with updates and clarifications to its GI pricing rules following feedback, but highlights that the changes do not affect its desired outcomes.
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FCA figures show interim payments of £331.2m and final settlements of £636.7m have been made since the Supreme Court verdict, with the number of policyholders waiting to hear whether their claim is valid going down to 6,073.