Watchdog responds to "unacceptable behaviour" as internal letter reveals "minority of colleagues" in the regulator's Olympic Park HQ have been defecating on the floor, stealing plants and abusing security and catering staff, according to reports.
Regulator used a Dear CEO letter to raise concerns about whether staff feel able to speak up about poor practices and unidentified risks within their firms.
Comparison site says young drivers aged 17 to 24 are most likely to fall victim to ghost broking.
Firm said it would apply price increases to keep its full-year loss ratio within target.
Senior Management and Certification Regime (SMCR) will apply to insurance intermediaries from 9 December 2019.
Analyst firm Peel Hunt highlighted Direct Line, RSA and Saga as particularly vulnerable.
New advisor to the InsurTech has over 20 years of experience in the insurance industry.
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FCA data for H1 2019 was final full reporting period before 29 August PPI deadline.
Regulator detailed that the clone has set up its own phone number, email address and is using a different address to the real firm but the 'clone' has refuted the warning.
EEA firms passporting into the UK must apply to the temporary permissions regime by 30 October.
Research by Willis Towers Watson and Confused.com also shows continuing fluctuations in average premiums.
Consumer Intelligence CEO Ian Hughes points to opportunities for brokers as the industry deals with the "crack cocaine" of insurance, dual pricing.
Experts say the FCA should also consider value and quality of service, after the regulator hinted at a potential ban on dual pricing in its interim report.
Former head of GI at the FCA, Michael Sicsic, reflects on the regulator’s interim report into dual pricing.
Christopher Woolard outlined the findings of the regulator’s general market study into pricing and pledged to examine industry impact of the recommendations.
The sector has welcomed further consultation on the proposals which include a potential ban on dual pricing.
Regulator publishes interim findings in its general insurance pricing practices market study and states that the home and motor insurance markets are not working well for customers.
Doncaster-headquartered broker also reported a small rise in operating profit.
Insurance Cares: Helen Lord, director of the Vulnerability Registration Service, explains how the new register can benefit brokers and the wider insurance industry.
Regulator says firms do not generally need to prepare now to meet the changes to their UK regulatory requirements connected to Brexit.
Home and motor broker, Yoga, has been set up almost two years after Radford and One Call were fined for client money failings.
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New publication date of the research is October 2019 and the completed report is due during December 2019.