2018 started off with a bang with FCA fines and some big ticket M&A involving Markerstudy and A-Plan.
Feedback statement follows on from consultation that closed in March.
Body still working on investigation following the super-complaint from Citizens Advice, which slammed dual pricing practices in insurance.
Regulator says it prefers the draft withdrawal agreement over no-deal Brexit after impact assessment.
Regulator highlights 18% are cyber-related.
Larksway Investments was stopped from providing insurance broking services in September 2017.
Steve White warns that passporting will end.
The watchdog has published a set of proposals to prepare for the possibility of leaving the EU without an implementation period.
Broker is the first regulatory exit from Worry+Peace's InsurTech incubator.
Ann Peel poses the question as more SMEs will be able to complain to the Ombudsman.
The frustration is that insurance has so much to be proud of.
FCA review led to insurer being “made aware” of problems.
Property claims are increasing as Allianz warns that theft is on the up and calls on brokers to carefully communicate with customers and make use of risk management services.
Regulator consulting on new rules requiring firms to write to consumers who have made unsuccessful PPI claims, telling them to complain again.
The Insurance Age team discuss the top five stories from the past week featuring fines, the FCA, Ardonagh and Reich.
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LV’s Mike Crane stresses that recent regulatory focus is not all bad news for the enterprising broker.
Chris Woolard on why the regulator felt it had to act.
Biba and the ABI welcome the FCA's move, agreeing with the regulator that the market needs to work as well as possible for all customers.
Regulator points to guiding principles from Biba and the ABI published in May this year.
Andrew Bailey sends pricing practices warning.
Chief executive highlights it will consider “all possible remedies” to make the market work for consumers.
Insurer no longer sells mobile phone insurance to new customers.
Watchdog hits insurer for failures in its oversight of mobile phone insurance claims and complaints handling.