The Advertising Standard's Authority stated that the ad featuring ex-Formula One driver David Coulthard promotes irresponsible driving.
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Insurance complaints, Ogden and acquisitions all hit the headlines and made up your top five stories this week.
Arnold Schwarzenegger is being paid a lot to warn people that the deadline for claiming PPI is fast approaching and Siân Barton agrees awareness should be raised.
The Terminator actor will urge people to make a decision about filing a PPI complaint.
But it should come with a rather huge caveat.
Head of compliance and training David Sparkes says brokers who are compliant with current rules won't see many difficult changes.
Under the proposals almost all regulated firms, including brokers, will have to comply with the senior management and certification regime.
The aggregator sent 7.1m emails to customers who had opted out of receiving marketing correspondence via the web.
Regulator continues its consultation on how to implement the Insurance Distribution Directive.
The FSCS has given 28,000 return of premium payments to former policyholders of Gable Insurance.
CEO Andrew Bailey states firms making plans before knowing the outcome of Brexit negotiations may find themselves in a difficult situation.
Fashion brand says this follows review prompted by the FCA's crackdown on add-ons.
The two brokers were visited by the European Commission which is investigating breaches of EU competition rules.
A Gumball blog, solvency figures, new software, warnings for brokers and an insurer closing were voted the top five stories by brokers’ clicks over the week.
The industry reacts after the regulator clamped down on Admiral over renewal wordings
Chief Andrew Bailey confirms that the regulator is not involved in all regulatory discussions on the UK’s EU exit.
Trade association says that if no Brexit deal is in place insurers may not be able to continue to meet the needs of millions customers and remain legally compliant.
Christopher Woolard calls on sector to work together to help customers with pre-existing medical conditions gain access to insurance.
Regulator notes that £3.2m of the £42.2m consumer communications campaign budget has been spent so far.
The watchdog is seeking views from firms and looking for the reasons behind pricing differences.
Government starts process of looking for a replacement.
Insurer agrees with the regulator to contact all affected customers, following change in renewal rules from 1 April.
Twenty four firms selected by the regulator.