FCA pushes back publication of dual pricing report


The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has delayed the publication date of its interim report on general insurance pricing practices from summer 2019 to this October.

An FCA spokesperson commented: “The work remains a priority for the FCA”.

The regulator is investigating how insurers charge home and motor customers in a study that was launched last October. The previous month, the FCA had promised to look at pricing practices used by general insurance in these areas of cover.

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