The industry has its say.

Nobody could claim that the broker market has failed to take an
active interest in its regulatory future. By the deadline for submissions
on the future of the Insurance Brokers Registration Council (29 May), the
Treasury had received 20 responses from organisations (both trade and
professional) and "many more" from brokers, intermediaries and other
interested parties.


Of those submissions that have been made public, many fall into the
"abolish the IBRC" camp. This is not to say that they want the

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